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Hot on the heels of the moose are the wolves and cougars that prey on them.
The moose had shared Thomas' hospital bed and accompanied him to surgery.
Two days after the first moose, Payton got his opportunity.
Earlier this month, a rare white moose was seen in Sweden walking through tall grass.
Over ten years of monitoring the movements, survival and reproduction of the animals, the scientists found that extra moose hunting, even in this remote area, was enough to reduce the moose from around 1700 to just 300 or 400.
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.
At first Hanneman thought the moose was banging its antlers on the goalpost to scrape off its itchy velvet.
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Origin and Etymology of moose
First Known Use: 1603See Words from the same year
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