Have you ever been driving on a highway, passed a "Deer Crossing" sign, and wondered how they convinced the deer to stick to that particular stretch of road? Okay, okay, we know it doesn't really work like that. There are places where civil engineering has shaped the way that wildlife interacts with car traffic — and there are places where that kind of engineering is sorely needed. If you're an animal, Brazil's BR-262 just might be the most dangerous road in the world.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas December 20, 2018
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