Wolves may help keep deer — and brainworm — away from moose, MN study finds

From the St. Paul Pioneer Press in Minnesota:

Could having wolves in the area help keep deer and moose apart, and thus spare moose from a deadly parasite that’s spread by deer?

That’s the finding of a new study by University of Minnesota and Grand Portage Band scientists who found that having wolves around caused deer and moose to split up more, decreasing the likelihood that deer will spread parasitic brainworm to moose.

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