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Images from Highway plans aim to keep habitat — and wildlife — in one place

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by Washington Department of Transportation

Artist's rendition of a wildlife over-crossing planned for I-90 east of Seattle. Similar over-crossings in Banff, Canada, resulted in an 80 percent drop in wildlife mortality near the road

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