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High testosterone levels pose danger (of moose) at UNBC

Moose at UNBC may be a great photo opportunity, but they also pose a danger. Photo from Roy Rea/UNBC

Moose have once again been sighted near UNBC. While you may be tempted to get up close for a look, instructor Roy Rea warns against the idea.

You can learn more about how best to stay safe around wildlife at B.C.'s northern university, visit unbc.ca/safety/wildlife.html.

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