With decline of wolves, moose population explodes on Isle Royale National Park. But the fear is many of those moose could starve to death.
Michigan Technological University
Study: With few wolves, Isle Royale moose population growing out of control; restored predator-prey balance needed
The worry is that, without a predator like wolves, moose numbers will continue to skyrocket and the animals will decimate the forest on the island — and with fast-growing numbers, that a good many of them will starve to death.
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