Zinke puts 'Big Buck Hunter' in Interior Dept cafeteria to promote hunting
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Interior Secretary Ryan ZinkeRyan Keith ZinkeOvernight Energy: Trump moves to crack down on Iranian oil exports | Florida lawmakers offer bill to ban drilling off state's coast | Bloomberg donates .5M to Paris deal Florida lawmakers offer bill to ban drilling off state's coast Overnight Energy: Gillibrand offers bill to ban pesticide from school lunches | Interior secretary met tribal lawyer tied to Zinke casino dispute | Critics say EPA rule could reintroduce asbestos use MORE added a new feature to the Department of the Interior's cafeteria this week — the "Big Buck Hunter" arcade game.

Zinke placed the hunting themed arcade game in the cafeteria in an effort to promote hunting, announcing the addition in a tweet on Tuesday.

"To highlight  contributions 2 conservation I installed Big Buck Hunter in the employee cafeteria. Get excited for  season!" Zinke wrote alongside a photo of the game.

Zinke's announcement follows his submittal of a formal report to President Trump recommending that several national monuments be downsized and opened up for hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreational activities.

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The game features plastic guns which can be used to shoot animated deer on the console's screen. 

The Interior Department also announced the addition of "Big Buck Hunter" to the cafeteria in a statement.

"Today, on the heels of a groundbreaking directive to expand hunting access on public lands, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced his latest initiative to reemphasize hunting and fishing at the Department with a new temporary addition to the employee cafeteria: the arcade game 'Big Buck Hunter Pro' " the agency said in a statement.