Canadian snowmobilers rescue large moose trapped in deep snow
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It’s what we do eh!

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Posted on my blog!
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#3
My cousin was chased by a moose once.

He was walking his dog and then they got a bit close to one, apparently, so s/he took off after them. Apparently, the dog thought it was a really fun time.
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Cool video! 

Is this the stereotype thread? :D
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Neat video. Snowbound moose and other cervids are, though, an important winter food resource for the gray wolf.
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(01-04-2018, 10:03 AM)YCyriacus Wrote: Neat video. Snowbound moose and other cervids are, though, an important winter food resource for the gray wolf.

Lol, you are absolutely right. Everything comes does to perspective. Those newfies are disturbing the predator-prey balance through human interaction.  What an uncanadian thing to do!
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(01-04-2018, 10:03 AM)Cyriacus Wrote: Neat video. Snowbound moose and other cervids are, though, an important winter food resource for the gray wolf.

Assuming that this is actually on The Rock, moose are an introduced specimen, not native to Newfoundland. This is one reason why moose are such a problem on the island. There are no native predators. 

And there are no native wolves on the island. There have been reports of sightings of a grey wolf subspecies, but there is no evidence that there is a breeding population currently present.
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#8
Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretti nasti...
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