It is most likely to have been poisoned and then thrown over the fence from allotments a few feet away.
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I do hope it isn't taken by a bird of prey.
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someone's dog, a fox, a magpie; picked up by someone's child etc. either :-(
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It was getting a bit past that with the flies on it.
Most foxes get killed by the allotment holders while protecting there chickens and dogs are supervised. I will check next time i am up that way.
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