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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroadkillroad‧kill /ˈrəʊdkɪl $ ˈroʊd-/ noun [uncountable] American English informal  animals that have been killed by cars on the road
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roadkillIn Oregon, removal of a roadkill can carry a maximum fine of $ 2,500 and a year in jail.They fly around, eat roadkill together.Scavengers such as foxes, magpies and crows eat roadkill.And that makes a big difference when you are selling roadkill.
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