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- The range for moose in Minnesota is smaller than it was 100 years ago and the population has dwindled, particularly in recent years
- Warmer winters allow ticks to extend their range, which can effect moose populations
- More hot and humid summers put additional pressure on moose
- The moose is on the periphery of its range in Minnesota and the extent of suitable range in the state has contracted due to climate change