Aerial walkways saving endangered animals

Environmentalists have found an ingenious way to help an endangered species – the Java slow loris.

They built a network of walkways in the air to help them move between treetops, over land cleared for cultivation.

And the farmers who own the land are eager to cooperate because the gateways have another peculiarity that also makes their lives easier.

A film for People fix the world by Daniel Gordon.

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