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FILE -In this Feb. 5, 2001 file photo, a mule deer buck stands among a herd of grazing deer at their wintering grounds in Paradise Valley south of Livingston, Mont. State wildlife officials are reminding hunters heading into the field this fall to watch for signs of chronic wasting disease, which can affect deer, elk and moose. Hunters are also asked to have their animals tested for the neurological disease. If an animal tests positive, federal health officials recommend strongly against eating the meat. (Erik Petersen/Livingston Enterprise via AP, File)

FILE -In this Feb. 5, 2001 file photo, a mule deer buck stands among a herd of grazing deer at their wintering grounds in Paradise Valley south of Livingston, Mont. State wildlife officials are reminding hunters heading into the field this fall to watch for signs of chronic wasting disease, which can affect deer, elk and moose. Hunters are also asked to have their animals tested for the neurological disease. If an animal tests positive, federal health officials recommend strongly against eating the meat. (Erik Petersen/Livingston Enterprise via AP, File)

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