Amazing Bridges With Even More Amazing Purpose

Animals are the part of our Nature and we, humans with our architecture are destroying slowly their home. They are becoming so endangered and their homes are being moved further away. The roads are one of the deadliest threats to them. For that, there are some architects that though of to build amazing bridges like overpasses or underpasses to help animals cross the roads safely. These animals crossings were first invented in France, during 1950s, and slowly accepted by other countries.

These amazing bridges are just small contribution of us, humans, to the animal world to keep them safe. There are countless number of road accidents caused by animals that were passing the roads. There are not only animal casualties but in most of those accidents people gets hurt too. With building these overpasses or sometimes underpasses, some of those problems are being fixed. Here is a list of those 12 amazing bridges with this even more amazing purpose.

Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

By Qyd (talk · contribs) (Self-photographed) [GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons

Veluwe, Netherlands

via ARC Solutions / RWS / Henri Cormont

Watchung Reservation, USA

By Doug Kerr from Upstate New York (Interstate 78 – New JerseyUploaded by Dough4872) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

E314, Belgium

By Хрюша, via Wikimedia Commons

B38, Birkenau, Germany

Image via reddit, h4m

Keechelus Lake, Washington, USA

Image by Washington State Dept of Transportation via Flickr

Wildlife overpass in France

Image via loodusajakiri

Brisbane, Australia

Image via Expressway  © Rob Tilley

Fort Vancouver, Washington, USA

Image via Confluence / Andrew Brahe

Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Image via Workplace Safety North / Ministry of Transportation – Ontario

Underpass for Elephants, Kenya

Image via Amusing Planet

Crabs Bridge for migration, Christmas Island

Image via treehugger / Christmas Island Tourism Association / BBC

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