Only In Alaska Does Recycled Roadkill Gets Turned Into A Finger-Licking Good Meal

There is no shortage of moose in Alaska; in fact, these massive creatures have a population of about 200,000 that roam freely throughout The Last Frontier. One of the sad truths is that these huge and beautiful animals are often the very thing that a causes a road accident. But what happens when 3,000 pounds of metal plows into 1,000 pounds of beast? In Alaska, the recycled roadkill program allows these creatures to benefit the community in a very charitable way.

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So would you consider eating recycled roadkill? Or have you already taken the plunge and dined on a roadside salvage animal? Let us know your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.

The roadkill salvage program is not the only thing unique to Alaska, if you are going to be late to work you can use one of these 17 Alaskan excuses.