Squirrel lives saved by rope bridge in Amsterdam


This video shows a red squirrel in a forest in the Netherlands. Irma Kion made this video.

Three years ago, a rope bridge was made between the Amstelpark and the Amsterdamse Bos forest in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Before that wildlife bridge came, many red squirrels had been killed crossing the busy road.

Now, the squirrels use the bridge. No roadkill animals have been found there any more.

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