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A wasting syndrome in moose (Alces alces L.) was investigated. Twenty-five animals exhibiting poor body condition and abnormal behaviour were killed, necropsied and sampled in the field. The abnormal behaviour comprised incoordination, ataxia, circling movements, apathy, lack of normal flight behaviour and recumbency. The diseased moose all exhibited a very poor condition or emaciation. Macroscopic lesions, resembling those of bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD)/mucosal disease, were present in thedoi:10.1080/08910600410026201 fatcat:mirx6jktinh3pa6tdqvmnslu2m