Blog: Wildlife on the highway
Dave Leggett | 1 May 2007
I recently had to brake sharply for a deer crossing a country road at dusk and we see plenty of roadkill in Britain - especially foxes and, at this time of the year, badgers. One guy reckons peeling roadkill off the tarmac can provide tasty food, though I'm not sure I like the idea of a badger burger or pan boiled fox.
But imagine a snapping alligator on the highway. Not a good place for a breakdown....mind you, I've eaten (farmed) croc a few times and that's not at all bad.
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