(Concord Monitor) -- In 1950, New Hampshire was home to just 50 moose. Today, the count is near 5,000, but state biologists fear that climate change – by way of winter ticks and other parasites – is threatening the herd.
Sunday, July 28, 2013
Bummer: CO2 is killing New Hampshire moose so quickly that the 1950 population of 50 has dwindled to only nearly 5,000 today
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