A Singaporean Wildlife Bridge…


Connecting two forests so the wildlife can move back and forth and see their cousins? Very cool. That it'll be done by the end of this year? Even better. Singapore rocks. 🙂

wildsingapore news: Wildlife bridge ready by year-end
Kash Cheong Straits Times 25 Jul 13; A $17 MILLION bridge for monkeys and other wildlife is on track to be completed by the end of the year, the National Parks Board (NParks) and the Land Transport Authority confirmed yesterday. Structural works for the Eco-Link@BKE are almost done, …

The 62m-long overhead bridge will reconnect Singapore's largest primary and secondary forests, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and the Central Catchment Area. Both forests have been separated by the Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE) since 1986, leaving animals like rare banded leaf monkeys cut off from their fellow monkeys on the other side."


Here's an article that was written about the eco-bridge back in 2010 along with an image of what the proposed bridge will look like.



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