There's only two or three spots where most of the accidents happen, really, but a lot of them do happen
. Country roads full of curves flanked by wheat, corn or tall grass, especially if there are woods and forests nearby. And most people speed cause there's usually no cops around. So the animals just don't see the cars coming when they cross the road. That's what it is.
Thankfully I did have a dry spell on foxes since about December until last Sunday. So foxes had a very good winter around here. Since then, one good fox and a tail from an "exploded one". Didn't want to let the poor thing go completely to waste.
Also, protip, when feeding wild foxes make sure to not get seen or leave behind human smells. It's dangerous for foxes to get used to humans, since some people will try to hurt them.>>3609907
no, we don't want 4 sex