Biologists look into possible role of deadly parasite in Ore. moose deaths

01/19/2010 | United Press International

Biologists are monitoring a herd of 40 to 60 Shiras moose in Oregon to determine if the deadly parasite, Elaephora schneideri, caused the death of two animals from the herd last summer. Several moose were scheduled to be fitted with radio collars this month to help biologists track their location.

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