Two yearling moose have become frequent visitors to the ditches of Highway 37 near the Cherry School;  The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is advising motorists to use caution in the area to avoid an accident.

According to the Mesabi Daily News, reports of the moose charging at approaching cars has become commonplace in the last week or two.

Experts with the DNR surmise that the two teenage moose have been passed aside by their mother who is probably tending to this years offspring.  Left alone, the moose are exploring the area and don't have the benefit of experience in regards to their interactions with humans.


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