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Conditions in Minnesota ideal for deer ticks

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Lots of Northland residents -- and their dogs -- are encountering deer ticks this fall, but that doesn't mean more deer ticks are out and about.

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Chances are, people are finding more deer ticks (also called blacklegged ticks) simply because the weather has been so good and people are out in the woods more.

Deer ticks can cause Lyme disease and human anaplasmosis.

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