Yellowstone moose suffered the most among park's large mammals

Published August 15, 2008 1:15 pm
Bighorns, trout not severely affected; many species recover quickly
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The fires of 1988 impacted the diverse wildlife of the world's first national park, but not as much as many people thought. Research has shown that some animals benefitted from the fires, some suffered and some may not have noticed the flames at all.

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