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Animals are using Utah's largest wildlife overpass earlier than expected
by Theresa Machemer
Smithsonian Magazine Translate This Article
30 November 2020
On 30 November 2020 Smithsonian Magazine reported:
Why did the moose cross Interstate 80? Because three-and-a-half miles of fencing guided it to Utah's largest wildlife overpass. Utah's Department of Transportation completed a bridge in 2018, and new video from the state's Division of Wildlife Resources shows dozens of animals using it to cross safely above six lanes of traffic, Leah Asmelash reports for CNN. Experts originally anticipated that local wildlife could take years to get used to the new, animal-friendly infrastructure.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... It will be a few more years until Utah has its official results of the I-80 overpass. But studies of wildlife crossings in Florida, Australia, and Mexico have shown that they save both human and animal lives by preventing collisions.
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