As anyone who has travelled somewhat in Australia soon notices, kangaroos are not the most astute when it comes to roads and vehicles. Their well-honed skills in avoiding pursuit involves zigzagging sharply to throw off the hunter – which is absolutely useless with a truck or car, since they simply leap straight into the path of aforesaid vehicle. Hence the regular roadkill every few kilometres, in various stages of decay. But what to do with all that roadkill? Until recently, only human roadkill has been removed. All other animals remained to feed those who love a fresh or not so fresh kill. But now, the roo roadkill is being removed as well, as we found on a road trip to Adelaide:

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