Japan is known for being an incredibly safe, clean, and respectful country to live and travel in — and now, those perks don’t just apply to humans. The West Japan Railway Company and Suma Aqualife Park in Kobe, Japan have recently joined forces to make trains safer — not for humans, but for turtles. According to railway representatives, the tracks’ close proximity to the ocean means that several turtles per year get stuck in the tracks and cause delays, sometimes even damaging the trains themselves. The turtles get trapped between the metallic rails and can’t climb out, eventually being crushed. To prevent that, the railway has come up wit a solution: Creating little escape ditches for the turtles along the tracks.
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