Researcher Lennart Balk, who has been examining the mystery for over a year, tells SVT Blekinge that more money is needed from the authorities, who need to investigate the matter more seriously.
"Society asks questions and we will try to answer them. Then you have to simply understand that it costs money," he says.
"Even if the moose has died of thiamine deficiency, it is important that we address the problem before it escalates even further," says Markus Forslund, head of local government in Blekinge.
A lack of thiamine has previously been found in birds and fish.