There are about 1 million car-deer collisions each year, resulting in the deaths of some 200 people and injuries to about 10,000 others.  Iowa, South Dakota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and North Dakota are in the top 10 of U.S. states where a driver is most likely to run into a deer. About 350,000 deer are killed by cars each year, and more than 250,000 other animals, including elk, squirrels, raccoons and foxes, are killed each day on America’s roads.  Personally I've hit more that a 1/2 dozen deer with a variety of vehicals.  And not once, after the accident, did I look at the carnage and say to myself:  "Hmmm, I think I'll stick that in my trunk".  Apparently things work differently in Michigan.  According to the Associated Press, in the video above:

A public safety officer checking a suspicious car parked behind a southwestern Michigan motel early Tuesday was more than a little surprised when a deer climbed out of the trunk, stumbled onto the road and bolted into nearby woods.

Now what are they gonna do for supper?