Details: This poster shows a menu for Roadkill Cafe. It list menu items of common road kill animals. In the middle it says 'You Kill It, We Grill it, Featuring some of our highway's finest.'
Roadkill is an animal or animals that have been struck and killed by motor vehicles. Mammals are the animals most likely to be recorded as roadkill. To reduce the possibility of striking animals some road authorities use signs or create underpasses. During the early 20th century, roadkill or "flat meats" became a common sight in all industrialized First World nations as they adopted the internal combustion engine and the automobile. Roadkill can be eaten and there are several recipe books dedicated to roadkill.