Jan 042019

This story originally appeared on High Country News and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.My mother texts me four photos of a dead moose the week I leave Alaska. It is freshly hit. The pebbled pink brains fanning across the pavement have not yet grayed in the brisk autumn air. The animal will not go to waste. For the past 50 years, Alaska has been the only state where virtually every…

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