A solution that saves the lives of thousands of animals.
It’s hard to tell exactly how many animals are killed annually by cars, but according to estimates, nearly 1 million wildlife loses their lives every day on motorways in the United States. In order to avoid such situations, some countries took measures and found a brilliant method to protect the scoffers. Animal bridges are a good solution for areas where animals are often forced to pass from one side on the other side of a crowded road. The first such bridge was consrtructed in France in the 1950s and is the longest bridge called Natuurbrug Zanderij Crailoo, located in the Netherlands and measuring about 800 m. Other examples of such construction can be seen in the next few moments.
Crab Bridge, Christmas Island
The tunnel tunnel, Japan
Banff National Park, Canada
Rope bridge, Australia
The Salamander Tunnel, New England
Elephant passage, Kenya