Authorities say more and more deer carcasses are being found decapitated, and want residents to know the practice is illegal. DOT workers who collect animals who have been struck by cars say they are often found headless. They say wildlife enthusiasts are removing the heads as souvenirs. George Dante owns Wildlife Preservations, a taxidermy shop in Woodland Park. He says many sportsmen are fascinated...

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