You can now hunt plant-based, robo-animals thanks to Beyond Meat

A new era of vegan-friendly hunting has begun in America.

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Known for their plant-derived meat substitutes, Beyond Meat sells their products in grocery stores and fast food restaurants across the US and Canada. Now the vegan-friendly company has announced a new line of plant-based, robotic game for hunting.

“By simply dyeing and molding our fake meat around the frame of a robotic buck or elk and then gluing human hair to it, we were able to make realistic vegan animals for sportsmen to hunt,” CEO Ethan Brown stated.

The plant-based animals, which are solar-powered and operated by internal gears and pulleys, will be released into several National Forests across the country this fall; ushering in a new era of hunting in the United States.

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