This question If cars really hit 20 moose per day in Sweden, how does this affect the sustainability of the moose population? is in danger of being migrated to Skeptics. (Old title was: Do cars really kill 20 moose per day in Sweden?) I could easily edit it so it would be unquestionably on topic for TGO, but, because I answered it, I am not sure whether it would be kosher for me to edit the Q.
The OP read a statistic which seemed off to him. The statistic was right (except for round-off error), and was easily confirmed. There is no debate about the statistic. The real question, which I think must have been in the OPs mind although he did not express it except tangentially, is about the context of the statistic (e.g., traffic accidents vs hunting) and the impact on the sustainability of the moose population. It is about the interaction of humans and wildlife, which we here are equipped to understand and respond to.
So, @James Jenkins and All: Am I allowed to edit the question, or will the OP or someone else edit it, and can we stop this from being migrated?
Addendum: I decided it is better to ask for forgiveness than permission, so I edited the question. Let's see what the reaction is. Apologies to the OP if I have done too much.