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Wildlife is not interested in political boundaries.  A jaguar in Sonora doesn't carry a passport, and a tufted duck quacks the same way whether in Ceuta, Spain or in the Jbel Moussa Forest in Morocco.
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Wildlife is not interested in political boundaries.  A jaguar in Sonora doesn't carry a passport, and a tufted duck quacks the same way whether in Ceuta, Spain or in the Jbel Moussa Forest in Morocco. Walls and borders, however, impact wildlife tremendously. Reindeer in the former Czechoslovakia don't cross the Iron Curtain, even though that barrier has been gone for 25 years. And none of the reindeer living today have ever experienced it.  652 miles of border wall between the U.S. and Mexico destroy and fragment wildlife habitat, blocking migration corridors that are key to the survival of many species.  A camera trap study in Arizona wildlife refuges and natural areas found that #animals such as pumas and coati are blocked by border walls, while humans are not.

Dan Millis, Sierra Club, Program Organizer, Borderlands and Beyond Coal
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