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New Hunting Rules Possibly to Blame for Drop in Deer

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): Indiana's wildlife agency says disease and new hunting rules may account for a big drop in the number of deer that hunters took during last year's harvest. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says hunters killed about 125,600 deer in 2013, or more than 10,600 fewer than state's record harvest of more than 136,000 deer in 2012. That's an 8 percent drop.

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