Roadkill is an animal or animals that have been struck and killed by motor vehicles. The animal species most likely to be recorded as a roadkill are mammals. To reduce the possibility of striking animals some road authorities use signs or create underpasses.
Roadkill can be eaten, and various recipe books have been published. Groundhogs and turtles are often salvaged for soup or other recipes. Also deer are often kept. In many U.S. states you can get a salvaging license so that you may pick up the roadkill you come across. It is usually legal to take any animal you have hit as well.
IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT NO ANIMALS HAVE BEEN HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS BLOG. ALL ANIMALS DEPICTED ARE OR WERE ALIVE WHEN WE ASKED FOR THEIR PERMISSION TO POST THEIR PICTURES.