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Brain worms killed moose that wandered into southern Minnesota, DNR says January 31, 2015

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... "Did it come down because of brain worms? Probably," he said. The parasite is very common in white-tailed deer, Cornicelli said, which is why moose sometimes get it where their ranges overlap. Because they evolved in concert with the parasite, deer are immune to it ...

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