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Roadkill: vehicle collisions may be threatening the survival of some mammal populations

By Lauren Moore, PhD Candidate in Road Ecology, Nottingham Trent University
It’s almost impossible to take your car for a drive without seeing some of the millions of animals that are killed on roads each year.

Such deaths, commonly referred to by researchers as roadkill, negatively affect wildlife populations. But exactly how it does so remains unclear. Raw roadkill counts are not enough to determine how roadkill…The Conversation

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