If you're planning on doing any
illegal deer hunting on public land in Northwest Indiana, be warned: robodeer is out there waiting. The robotic buck,
now being used by conservation officials in the region, has a swiveling head and is typically positioned at the side of
a road, while officials wait nearby with a remote. When a hunter takes a shot at the bot, the official steps in and
arrests him for poaching. Which leads to an inevitable question that is sure to make it all the way to the Supreme
Court: what crime are you guilty of when you shoot a robot animal?