A company made tiny road signs for tiny animals to remind people we share our cities

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#TinyRoad Signs:  CLINIC 212, a marketing and communications firm based in Lithuania, started a project to help protect these animals. Their latest installation, #TinyRoadSign, aims to enable driver awareness around areas that are wooded, or that are populated by animals. CLINIC2 12.com Hedgehogs crossing (Picture: CLINIC212)

A Lithuanian company has created teeny tiny road signs for tiny animals, to remind people that we’ve got to share our cities.

In particular, the #TinyRoadSign project aims to improve driver awareness around wooded areas that are populated with animals.

Clinic212, a marketing and communications firm, are the people behind the adorable mini road signs and zebra hedgehog crossings that have being popping up around Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital.

There’s the tiny crossing in Vingis Park – here it is being installed.

hedgehog (Picture: Clinic212)

Very carefully. 

#TinyRoad Signs:  CLINIC 212, a marketing and communications firm based in Lithuania, started a project to help protect these animals. Their latest installation, #TinyRoadSign, aims to enable driver awareness around areas that are wooded, or that are populated by animals. CLINIC2 12.com (Picture: Clinic212)

Ready for its precious cargo.

#TinyRoad Signs:  CLINIC 212, a marketing and communications firm based in Lithuania, started a project to help protect these animals. Their latest installation, #TinyRoadSign, aims to enable driver awareness around areas that are wooded, or that are populated by animals. CLINIC2 12.com (Picture: Clinic212)

There’s also a mini ‘ducks swimming’ sign in the Žvėrynas area.

#TinyRoad Signs:  CLINIC 212, a marketing and communications firm based in Lithuania, started a project to help protect these animals. Their latest installation, #TinyRoadSign, aims to enable driver awareness around areas that are wooded, or that are populated by animals. CLINIC2 12.com (Picture: Clinic212)

And of course the mini airport sign for birds on Tauro hill.

#TinyRoad Signs:  CLINIC 212, a marketing and communications firm based in Lithuania, started a project to help protect these animals. Their latest installation, #TinyRoadSign, aims to enable driver awareness around areas that are wooded, or that are populated by animals. CLINIC2 12.com (Picture: Clinic212)

[metro-link url=”http://metro.co.uk/2015/05/23/duck-lane-opens-in-london-5211681/” title=”Duck lane opens in London”]

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