Which Indian state has constructed the first eco bridge to save reptiles and small animals from vehicular accidents?

The Ramnagar Forest Division of Uttarakhand has constructed the state’s first eco-bridge across the Kaladhungi-Nainital highway with the aim to save reptiles and small animals from vehicular accidents while crossing the road. Given below are a few other characteristic features of this eco-bridge:

  • 90-feet-long and 5-feet-wide eco bridge
  • It is completely made from bamboo, jute and grass, with no usage of cement or iron
  • The bridge is constructed in the red soil area of Kaladhungi Nainital Road

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