Roadkilled animals have become commonplace in almost every country in the world. Animals become victims of collisions on different roads and railways, regardless of whether they are rare or widespread, have a protected status in the Red Data Book or not, have wings, four paws, or no legs at all.
And the better the roads, the more victims there are in the wild, as speeds increase on the roads without the introduction of safeguards for animal migration.
Collisions with animals are especially common at night, as well as in areas with limited visibility. Such collisions are dangerous not only for animals but also for humans. Almost every year people die in collisions with animals. Injuries and property damage are common. Therefore, the protection of animals on the roads is both the protection of people and vehicle properties.