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13 September 2017 / Yle Uutiset

Dozens of dead moose discovered in Lapland, tests reveal they starved to death

Dozens of moose carcasses were discovered last spring in a Lapland national park, and Finland animal disease watchdog Evira has since determined that the animals died of malnutrition. The reason why they were unable to find sustenance is a mystery, as the area had relatively normal temperatures and snowfall last winter.

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