Malfunctioning transmitters prompt second moose roundup near Duluth
Helicopter crews had to recapture eight moose last week on the Grand Portage Indian Reservation because their satellite collars weren't transmitting data properly.
The moose were among nine that had been collared just 11 days earlier. One component of the eight malfunctioning collars had been unknowingly disabled, preventing the collars from correctly transmitting information to satellites, and biologists on the ground were not receiving data.
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