Minnesota Moose Dying Out Rapidly

“Something's seriously changed. 4,000 animals in one Minnesota herd are now down to 100.”

- Jim Robbins, NYTimes Science Contributor

The North Woods of Minnesota where moose are concentrated there is marked by the Google pointer. Other American regions that are also seeing a sharp decline in moose populations are Montana, Wyoming and New Hampshire.
The North Woods of Minnesota where moose are concentrated there is marked
by the Google pointer. Other American regions that are also seeing a sharp
decline in moose populations are Montana, Wyoming and New Hampshire.

 

November 22, 2013 Helena, Montana - On October 24, 2013, scientists at the University of Colorado in Boulder reported that the average summer temperatures in the Eastern Canadian Arctic are higher now than during any century for perhaps as long ago as 120,000 years.

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