In the Kashi Hills region of Northeast India, near the town of Cherrapunji you can find strong living bridges made from the roots of Strangler Fig trees, these trees were planted by a local man named Harley who has been caring for them for years, and is now passing his knowledge on to his niece Julianna. They weave the roots so they can strengthen these bridges in order to survive the flood waters coming down during large rain storms.