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 No.101489

I noticed a distinct lack of moose appreciation threads on here so thought i'd get one started.

Here's a few fine looking specimens to get started.

Check out the nostril flare on that one. And I know you all like em young here so there's a couple calfs, hope that doesn't break the globals. Get your moose going.

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 No.101561

moose are basically the niggers of the deer family


 No.101588

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Very cute mooses! Can you post someone riding one?


 No.101606

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>>101489

Thread hijack initiated!

Post real life snake vore.


 No.101619

Who has got that webm of a rotting moose carcass infested with maggots and some Canadian dude getting a handful of the maggots and eating them?


 No.101637


 No.101639

>>101606

I saw a webm of some blue worm thing swallowing another blue worm thing a while ago, and it was the worst thing to watch


 No.101641

>>101639

*red not blue worm


 No.101652

>>101641

>>101639

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!

PLEASE POST!


 No.101669

Why didn't native Americans domesticate the moose for the same utility as horses? They can't jump as high as other deer breeds yet they can out run a person.


 No.101680

One night late in the morning (probably ~1AM - 3AM) I was driving across the state of Montana with 3 friends. As we were rounding a long bend in the road at about 65, when suddenly and unexpectedly 15-20 ewes and calf elks were running in across the road entirely blocking it. And then the big, bull Elk > 2'000 lbs stopped in the middle of the road facing us, and lowered his head facing us down to protect his tribe. I wasn't going to be likely to be able to stop in time if he stayed stock-still there, and he would likely kill us all if I struck his massive body with the car and he toppled onto us and crushed us all.

Q: What did I do in this emergency situation anon that allowed me to survive and make this post anon?

A: I braked hard and turned off my headlights.


 No.101711

>>101669

>They can't jump as high as other deer breeds

Moose are fucking massive. They can't jump at all.


 No.102827

bamp for large quantities of Moose meats laid up this Fall.


 No.102834

moose goose caboose in a truce


 No.102858

Saw a moose earlier today when I was on my daily jog. Moose are farily common here, same with deers and hares.




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