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Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing

May 5 · Issue #1614 · View online
Daily Overview
The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing will be the world’s largest wildlife overpass when it’s completed around 2025. Constructed across the Ventura Freeway near Los Angeles, California, the 200-foot-long (61-meter), 165-foot-wide (50-meter) corridor will provide safe crossing for mountain lions and other animals, using vegetation and walls to block light and noise from vehicles. Construction broke ground on Earth Day of this year and this rendering uses satellite imagery to show the planned, finished look of the corridor.
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Source imagery: National Wildlife Federation
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