Landbridge

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Landbridge

A railroad that connects two stations on opposite sides of a continent. A landbridge may be used to transport persons or cargo.
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Those land routes would have been somewhat similar to other ocean crossings, such as the Bering land bridge humans traversed around 23,000 years ago between Asia and North America (,SN: 8/22/15, p.
My view is that United could well land Bridges in January when he is free to talk to any club he wants to providing he has not signed a new deal at Elland Road.
It would compete with Canadian and US land bridges that transport the majority of international trade, and the Panama Canal.
These can be culverts under roadways for small mammals and reptiles to land bridges over interstates for large animals.
Some biologists also think ancient land bridges between islands or even continents offered another route that animal populations used to migrate, or move from one place to another.
In contrast, Beard theorizes that Teilhardina migrated from Asia across land bridges to North America and then to Europe.