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About us

Animex Bridge began in 2018, as a branch of Animex International, which focuses on wildlife mitigation solutions. Animex was started in 2004 to create bespoke mitigation solutions for construction and development projects around the world. Its origins are in ecological consultancy and construction and designs mitigation products with both animals and contractors in mind.

In a rapidly developing world, the Animex Bridge can reconnect fragmented habitats for dormice, red squirrels and other arboreal animals.

PATENT PENDING 2019/002844


Animex International
K4 Keppel, Daedalus Park
Daedalus Drive, Lee-on-the-Solent
PO13 9FX
United Kingdom


01329 832 841

Telephone (International)

+44 1329 832 841