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Biologists in Maine will be capturing 130 moose and outfitting them with tracking collars as part of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s ongoing moose survival study. Researchers capture moose in nets, blindfold them, and take blood and fecal samples before tagging and releasing them, and the data gathered gives an “in-depth look at moose health, including the impact of parasites on survival and reproduction,” says spokesman Mark Latti.

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