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From the Boundary Waters, where moose are common, to northwestern Minnesota, where they were thought to be nearly extinct, Minnesotans are reporting more moose sightings than researchers expected. More than 500 moose have been reported, and more than 440 locations mapped -- backed up by more than 200 photographs -- in the 11 months since the University of Minnesota Duluth's Natural Resources Research Institute asked the public to report moose sightings. Not only are we seeing more moose, we're seei...

Numerous moose sightings surprise Minnesota researchers

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From the Boundary Waters, where moose are common, to northwestern Minnesota, where they were thought to be nearly extinct, Minnesotans are reporting more moose sightings than researchers expected.

More than 500 moose have been reported, and more than 440 locations mapped -- backed up by more than 200 photographs -- in the 11 months since the University of Minnesota Duluth's Natural Resources Research Institute asked the public to report moose sightings.

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