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What Happens to Road Kill?
To find the answer, Mike hits the road with two of the Ohio Department of Transportation's finest employees—they pick up road kill! Every year in the state of Ohio, over 400,000 deer are killed by motorists. Two weeks without road kill cleanup and most major interstate highways would be littered with dead animals. After being picked up by the crew, the road kill is brought to a county composting facility where it's turned into mulch for the garden. Now that's recycling!
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FROM: Oprah's Most Burning Questions
Published on September 22, 2006

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