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By Elaina Zachos PUBLISHED June 5, 2018 In Canada, a country known for its charismatic wildlife, seeing a moose is not uncommon.
Police believe the moose was struck by a vehicle, but no cars were on scene when troopers arrived.
Impacts on the moose go beyond wolves, also involving changes in fauna, particularly balsam fir, a staple winter food for moose, Hoy said.
Guice should run wild behind first-round pick Quenton Nelson, who is a moose of a run blocker.
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.
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: 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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