Some animals choosy about their culverts

HAGERSTOWN — A wide variety of wild animals use drainage culverts to cross beneath roads but some species are choosy about tunnel types, a University of Maryland study has found. Raccoons will use any kind, but deer avoid culverts with cobbled floors and eastern gray squirrels don't seem to like arch-shaped passages, the study's lead author, ...

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