Now, this sounds delicious.
If you ever find yourself driving in California and come across any roadkill, feel free to pull over and take it home with you.
A new law that will go into effect on January 1, allows for drivers who fatally strike a deer, elk, antelope or wild pig to take the animal home and cook it. The bill would also let people, not in vehicles who simply stumble upon a carcass keep it for food.
Last year shows that more than 56,000 animal carcasses were found on local roads and state highways from 2009 to 2017. This new law will allow authorities to set up a pilot program where people would be required to report information that would help track details about wildlife-vehicle collisions in the state.