I surprised my husband. On our way home from dinner as we drove the wooded lined street close to home, I swirved to the right to avoid hitting Unicorn in case of accident my blood type is rainbow a moth on the road checking out something. My husband told me he was impressed by my humanity.
Cute Unicorn in case of accident my blood type is rainbow design!
I have trained myself to see animals crossing the street/highway. It’s possible to train yourself. At night I even see frogs hopping across the street, so I stop. I have never hit an animal; Unicorn in case of accident my blood type is rainbow and feel depressed when I see a dead animal who lost his/her life because of lazy, uncaring humans. Green animal crossovers would work because the animals that use them would pass on their genes.
I live north of Tucson near the mountains. The state put a bridge over the highway. Fish and game had studied the migration routes of deer and predators follow. Fencing was placed to funnel them to the bridge. Used to see quite a few dead animals such as deer, javelina and coyotes. Animals don’t have peripheral vision and don’t know to look. Lots less accidents from hitting large animals thus less insurance claims for auto and injury. Bad things happen when people are speeding down a dark highway and hit these animals. The bridge is awesome.
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hing is…am I the only one who thinks how the heck do all Animals know that they should use them….? fair enough if the animal is at the exact point where the crossings are at the time they decide to cross-but what happens if they are 2 metres away? They seriously don’t think to themselves that they need to walk to where these crossings are as it’s dangerous to cross the road…
I mean, deer are pretty dense, but most animals are really smart. Even the ones who cross the roads now observe it before doing so, trying to find a good place where they think they can make the run. Because animals tend to follow the path they’re on… lead the path to one of these crossings.. if they have the choice to continue on the path or cross busy traffic… they’re gonna continue to follow the path. And deer aren’t as stupid as you make them out to be Dennis Danelia… yes they stand there when you’re coming at them with a car at night but that’s because headlights literally blind them. I’ve seen many deer in my time watch before crossing a road. They know where to go to get food if someone is feeding the wildlife. I don’t think they’re “dense” at all.