Is there such a thing as squirrel bridges?
Strangely enough they truly do exist in Longview, Washington.
Check out these squirrel bridges that might make you ask why or why not?
Amos Peters back in 1963 wanted to save squirrels from getting hit by cars on Olympia Way. The Nutty Narrows Bridge was born costing $1000 for a fire hose and aluminum building materials.
Do the squirrels actually use it? They indeed do in the video shared by YouTuber Reed Hadley below:
Is there more to the story? There sure is since that is not the only squirrel bridge around.
Do you think squirrel bridges will catch on in your community?
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