Why this 28-year-old scientist is devoting her life to roadkill

Scientist Emma Spencer, 28, is devoting her career to the study of roadkill and other carcasses - but says her work is 'mostly about life'.

If you have ever driven a country highway in Australia, you have seen roadkill. Did you ever stop to consider it?

Scientist Emma Spencer, 28, not only thinks about the carcasses that litter the bush and our roadsides, she’s devoting her career to researching them. And it turns out all those dead animals could either push our unique native species, like the enigmatic night parrot, towards extinction – or help bring them back from the brink.

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