The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is reminding hunters that there will be some new hunting regulations implemented this fall. The new regulations apply to those who plan to hunt outside of Michigan and then bring their bounty back into the state. The new regulations are intended to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease among Michigan's deer, elk and moose. According to CBS Detroit, hunters who harvest a cervid in any other state can only bring back certain parts into Michigan:

Those parts include:

• Hides
• Deboned meat
• Quarters (legs that do not have any part of the spinal column or head attached)
• Finished taxidermy products
• Cleaned teeth
• Antlers
• Antlers attached to a skullcap cleaned of brain and muscle tissue

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