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More moose sightings in Minnesota surprise researchers

Published 06/07/2010, Duluth News Tribune

About 11 percent of all moose reported by the public have come from northwestern Minnesota, where wildlife managers believed moose were nearly extinct. But a moose researcher says there now appears to be pockets of moose hanging on, possibly even increasing, in northwestern Minnesota: “It’s not likely that people are seeing half or even 25 percent of the moose up there. ... That’s 200 animals up there on the low end, and that’s double what was last estimated.’’

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