A man from north Cornwall who regularly eats animals killed on the roads is set to share his unusual taste with others.
Arthur Boyt, who is 66 and from Davidstow, is writing a recipe book about his gastronomic enthusiasm for roadkill.
Mr Boyt, a retired civil servant, insists the creatures are no threat to health if they are well cooked.
He has been picking up the bodies of a wide variety of creatures and cooking them for 30 years.
Mr Boyt, who has a degree in biology, cooks the meat at a high temperature for a long time, ensuring it is safe to eat.
“It’s good meat for free and I know nobody has been messing with it and feeding it with hormones and growth accelerants and so on. It’s just natural, fully organic meat.””