The animal bridges, across the world is incredible purpose-built crossings that help animals bypass roads safely, as crossing roads safely isn't a skill many animals possess. Fortunately, support is at hand in the form of innovative wildlife crossings, situated at numerous spots across the world and in all shapes and sizes. Therefore, in Canada's Banff National Park in Alberta, 24 green overpasses have been built above busy highways to support animals including moose, bears and wolves cross safely.
Moreover in New Zealand, an underground passage in Oamaru exists particularly for penguins to get from the local harbour to their nests without come across the traffic above. And in Australia Christmas Island, bridges exist to benefit millions of crabs make it to their laying grounds every year without being flattened by cars along the way. However, some of the world's most inventive wildlife crossings, which support creatures as small as doormice to beasts as large as elephants. These wildlife crossings, from tunnels to rope ladders, aim to decrease the number of animals hit by vehicles.