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What’s devastating the moose population in New England?

  • Aired: 04/07/2014
  • 07:07
  • Rating: NR
In some regions of northern New England, the moose population is down as much 40 percent in the last three years. The cause of this iconic animal’s dramatic die-off is not yet known, but researchers’ main theory is centered on the parasitic winter tick, and warmer winters may be partly to blame. Hari Sreenivasan reports from New Hampshire.
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Researchers track New Hampshire moose in hopes of pinpointing cause of population decline
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