1 of 44 wildlife overpasses on the Trans-Canada Highway route through Banff National Park, Alberta

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Sorry I keep linking to [the same article](http://digitalnomad.nationalgeographic.com/2013/08/23/the-alberta-story-wildlife-crossing-in-banff/) but it has all the answers! “According to Dr. Tony Clevenger of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University, some animals learn how to use the crossings much quicker than others. Coyotes, black bears and cougars are fastest, followed by deer, elk, and moose. Grizzly bears and wolves take the longest to figure out how to use them, and it is believed (though not confirmed) that lynx and wolverines are fairly delayed in using them. These carnivores might be slower to adapt because they are more capable and determined at working their way through the highway fences.”

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