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Have you heard of animal bridges? You should not miss these

Have you heard of animal bridges? You should not miss these

Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada


Netherlands


B38 -. Birkenau, Germany


Green bridges allow the reconnection of different habitats without jeopardizing the integrity of the vehicles and of course the lives of the animals. They are planted with vegetation typical of the area, they measure between 25 and 30 meters and are funnel-shaped to guide the animal.

Scotch Plains, New Jersey, United States


E314 in Belgium


A50 motorway in the Netherlands


In Spain, due to their high economic cost, they are only built in those places where there is a division of the habitat of the different species of ungulates (deer, wild boar, roe deer, deer, etc.) and other large mammals such as bears, badgers and foxes.

Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana, USA


The Borkeld, The Netherlands


Interstate 78, Wachtung Reservation, New Jersey, USA


The first ecoducts were built in France during the 1950s. Other European countries, including the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Germany have been using them to reduce the impact between wildlife and roads resulting in a great diversity of bridges. designed for amphibians, rodents, ungulates, invertebrates and other small mammals.

Near Keechelus Lake, Washington, USA (rendering, target 2014)


Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada


Although they originate in Europe, they are becoming a common fixture on the roads of Canada and the United States, where vehicle-animal collisions are estimated to cost a staggering $ 8 billion a year.

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