ST. PAUL, MN (KDAL) - As the number of moose continue to decline in the state, the Minnesota DNR wants to see the status of the animals changed to a "species of special concern". Most of the estimated 4500 moose in Minnesota are in the northeast part of the state and research is continuing to determine why their population is declining. According to wildlife manager Lou Cornicelli, the move will not affect the moose hunt since they are taken at very low rates.
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