Wildlife corridor bridge

Wildlife corridor bridge

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Credit: ALAN SIRULNIKOFF/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Wildlife corridor across a road. Bridges (or sometimes tunnels) are constructed to enable terrestrial animals to cross man-made barriers, such as roads. These corridors are important for maintaining the movement and migration of animals in habitats that have been fragmented by the actions of humans, and for preventing road casualties. Photographed in Banff National Park, Canada.

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