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As moose population continues decline, DNR evaluates 2012 hunting season

The mysterious moose die-off seems to be continuing, according to the DNR's latest surveys. The agency says it will consult with experts and announce a decision on the hunting season in the next few weeks.
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The mysterious moose die-off seems to be continuing, according to the DNR's latest surveys. The agency says it will consult with experts and announce a decision on the hunting season in the next few weeks.

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