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These amazing bridges are actually alive! Known as 'living bridges,' they are grown, rather than built, by local tribes-people in Northeastern India using the roots of the Ficus elastica tree.

A wildlife bridge to help animals cross the highway� http://www.adairepalmer.com.au

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Island rope bridge, Sapa, Vietnam

Island Rope Bridge, Sapa,Vietnam I don't think I could ever cross this.

Dark Roasted Blend: Living, Growing Architecture

Natural Bridges of Cherrapunjee, India I would expect there to be trolls living under this one

Deep in the rainforests of the Indian state of Meghalaya, bridges are not built, they’re grown. For more than 500 years locals have guided roots and vines from the native Ficus Elastica (rubber tree) across rivers, using hollowed out trees to create root guidance systems.

the Indian state of Meghalaya, bridges are not built, they’re grown. For more than 500 years locals have guided roots and vines from the native Ficus Elastica (rubber tree) across rivers, using hollowed out trees to create root guidance systems.

Capilano Suspension Bridge, North Vancouver, B.C., Canada - pin curated by @Poppytalk for @explorecanada

Walk across this bridge! The Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The current bridge is 136 metres ft) long and 70 metres ft) above the river.

One of these bridges is held up by three helium balloons!

The 19 coolest bridges in the world

One of these bridges is held up by three helium balloons!

Elevated, Bastei Bridge, Germany ...

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Elevated, Bastei Bridge, Germany photo via mai. Bastei Bridge in Saxon, Switzerland.

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