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The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) defines stepping stones as:
'Pockets of habitat that, while not necessarily connected, facilitate the movement of species across otherwise inhospitable landscapes.'
This is as opposed to wildlife corridors, which are:
'Areas of habitat connecting wildlife populations.'
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