Migrating Amphibians Avoid Traffic with Tunnels Spring in Western Massachusetts is marked by native amphibians safely crossing the road through manmade tunnels. Reporter Adam Allington sends a postcard from Amherst, Mass.
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Migrating Amphibians Avoid Traffic with Tunnels

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Migrating Amphibians Avoid Traffic with Tunnels

Migrating Amphibians Avoid Traffic with Tunnels

Migrating Amphibians Avoid Traffic with Tunnels

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Spring in Western Massachusetts is marked by native amphibians safely crossing the road through manmade tunnels. Reporter Adam Allington sends a postcard from Amherst, Mass.