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Like the brown bear in Alaska, moose are prone to bluff charges meant to intimidate intruders.
The moose had shared Thomas' hospital bed and accompanied him to surgery.
Witness wintering moose, bison, elk, fox, and bald eagles with beauty of the Tetons surrounding you.
Ahtna communities took almost no moose under the community hunt last season and only a few local communities participated.
First Nations people in Canada who are native to the mountains where this study took place don’t even have a word for moose, said Dr. Serrouya.
At first Hanneman thought the moose was banging its antlers on the goalpost to scrape off its itchy velvet.
His moose was divided with his parents, who are sharing with others.
Kris Kobach and the rest of them are laboring hard to create a no-fly zone over an imaginary moose.
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First Known Use: 1603See Words from the same year
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