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California officials unveil plans for wildlife bridge over highway
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Officials have unveiled plans for a grassy bridge over a Southern California highway that would provide a safe and natural passage for mountain lions and other animals migrating between wilderness areas. The vegetation-lined bridge over the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills, just west of Los Angeles, would cost $30 million to build and construction could not begin for years, said California Department of Transportation (CalTRANS) spokeswoman Lauren Wonder. The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority, a government agency, funded a CalTRANS report on the proposed bridge and on Wednesday released the document, which said it was achievable.
Video: Train Your Dog to Get Into and Out of the Car Safely
Do you struggle to get your dog to jump into or out of the car? Mikkel Becker shares her best dog training advice, plus reasons why you may need a dog car ramp.
Say 'Aaaah': Zoo's Aardvark Gets 2 Teeth Pulled
Getting a tooth pulled is never fun, but it's especially irksome if you're an aardvark. Ali, an aardvark at the Cincinnati Zoo, recently learned this lesson firsthand after two infected teeth landed her in the dentist's chair. Aardvarks, the only extant species in the order Tubulidentata, are unusual animals — and they have unusual teeth, said Jack Easley, a Kentucky-based veterinarian who specializes in dentistry.
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