Where do animals go to die?
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Given the plethora of squirrels, birds, cats,raccoons, rats and other critters,why aren't roads and lawns littered high with dead bodies?Answers to this question:
Where ever they die. They decompose just like human bodies, so after time they vanish basically.
If they died and lay where they fell we'd be tripping over carcasses and we NEVER see the multitudes of likely corpses underfoot.
To the animals graveyard.
I think animals have some animal sense so that when they are about to die, they will go somewhere away from the house of their master such as under a tree or bushes or even an abandon shelter
"masters" of squirrels and opossums?
I've dozens of bushes and many trees and in the forty years I have lived in my house I have NEVER seen a single non' mastered' dead body of any critter.
(penalty buzzer, Hilda!)
Katy left our bedroom her last few nights on earth and went to a quiet part of the house (like behind the couch where she never went). But the day she died she was in the bedroom (probably couldn't go anywhere....) ahhh, read the story, Paul.... For wild animals you find them in the woods if you hike there and the scavengers do their job well....
I have spent many long hours days and weeks in the woods in my long lifetime looking at birds, hunting mushrooms , collecting cocoons of giant wild native silkmoths and mantid eggcases and I have NEVER once seen a dead critter,not once.
Thus, the query.
Because of you I even checked behind my couches; nope, sorry.
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squirrels go to slaughter houses?!
Where do they go then dammit!?
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