These Animals Can Travel At 55 MPH, But Does That Mean We Should Share The Road?
Wildlife and highways don't mix, which is why this idea is so brilliant.
The "Path of the Pronghorn," (red and pink on this map) is a 100-mile journey antelope have made across Wyoming for 6,000 years. But this ancient migration route is under pressure, and a big problem was Highway 191 — antelope and cars are a bad combination!
Squeezed between a river on one side and expanding human development on the other, hundreds of antelope were forced to cross a very busy highway at one concentrated place — with unfortunately predictable results.
The solution involved some good ol' American engineering plus the adaptability of thousands of antelope. Watch this to find out what they did: