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Butcher had only an ax to defend herself and her team when the moose charged.
Reports should include the number of moose observed, time of the sighting and location of the moose.
The moose was found in nearby woods and was dead, troopers said.
And Simon called, imitating the mournful moan of a cow moose.
Hot on the heels of the moose are the wolves and cougars that prey on them.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of moose
First Known Use: 1603See Words from the same year
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Definition of moose for English Language Learners
: a large animal with very large, flat antlers that lives in forests in the northern part of America, Europe, and Asia
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