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New California wildlife preserve gives animals room to roam

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TEHACHAPI, Calif. (AP) — Mountain lions, eagles, salamanders and different protected animals can have room to roam with out menace of encroaching improvement thanks to an enormous new nature preserve that creates a wildlife hall connecting Northern and Southern California.

The Randall Preserve covers greater than 112 sq. miles (290 sq. km), linking a patchwork of ranchland throughout the southern Sierra Nevada and the Tehachapi Mountains that can function a “biodiversity hotspot,” the Nature Conservancy introduced final week.