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This 2009 photo shows a moose wading in a small pond in Superior National Forest near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources proposes adding moose to the state’s official endangered species list.

Moose declining: Wolves, eagles upgraded, but endangered list continues to grow

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By John Myers, Forum Communications

DULUTH – Minnesota’s beleaguered moose will be one of 67 animals added to the state’s official endangered species list under a proposal announced this week by the Department of Natural Resources.

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