Researchers test wildlife for COVID

For scientist Seth Moore and a team of other wildlife experts, tracking the coronavirus means freezing temperatures, helicopters, trudging through deep snow and getting uncomfortably close to potentially-dangerous wildlife. They're testing deer, moose, bears and wolves on a Native American reservation in the remote north woods of Minnesota, about 5 miles from Canada. They're trying to figure out how, how much and where wildlife is spreading the coronavirus. By The Associated Press

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