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Massachusetts Environmental Police respond to moose on the loose in Marlboro

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“On Tuesday, February 22, 2022, Massachusetts Environmental Police Officers followed up on a report of a moose in Marlboro.

Given the heavily populated area, it was determined the safest course of action was to immobilize and relocate the moose.

With the assistance of Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, the moose was successfully immobilized and subsequently transported to an undisclosed rural location where it was monitored until it fully recovered from the effects of the immobilization agent.” -Massachusetts Environmental Police.


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