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Double Decker Root Bridge

Khasi villagers have spent generations training the roots of fig trees to stretch across the myriad rivers in Cherrapunjee, India. They provide a practical route for transportation that is still in use to this day.

TAGS: Green, India, Rainforest, Roots

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Date Taken: 09.2012
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PHOTO LOCATION Cherrapunjee, India