Disappearing Minnesota Moose!

Bullwinkle– – In Minnesota, a dwindling moose population has prompted the state’s Department of Natural Resources to recommend that the moose be labeled a “species of special concern” under the state’s endangered species protections.  This designation could clear the way for the Minnesota moose to eventually be listed as threatened or endangered should the population fall further.

We might expect this to be a cause of concern as well  to one Bullwinkle J. Moose, who resides in the fictional small town of Frostbite Falls, Minnesota, a parody of the real-life American town of International Falls, Minnesota.  Bullwinkle has trouble enough, after all, being plagued by the nefarious schemes of spies Boris and Natasha Badenov.  I’m sure, however, that Bullwinkle and the “plucky squirrel” will prevail against any and all difficulties…

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4 Comments on “Disappearing Minnesota Moose!”

  1. vulpesffb Says:

    Bullwinkle: I always was a species of special concern to my mother…
    Rocky: You’re a special concern to me, Bullwinkle…
    Bullwinkle: Well, thank you! It’s good to be wanted!
    Rocky: That’s not what I…oh oh!
    Boris Badenov: Is Moose and Squirrel, Nastasha! Get them!
    Rocky: We’d better make ourselves scarce, Bullwinkle…
    Bullwinkle: Seems like someone else wants me, too…

    Announcer: Will our heroes take evasive action, or will Minnesota Moose be minus more? Tune in next time!

    • carycomic Says:

      They could always seek political asylum in Moosylvania. From what I hear, it’s still disputed territory. Uncle Sam says it belongs to Canada, and Canada says it belongs to US! 😉


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