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Wow, just wow.  Thanks for posting.

Looks like a nature's version of an 18 wheeler lumbering down the road,

Hard to tell if the moose knew how close the film-er was, but man he could have been in a world of hurt if the moose noticed him or felt threatened.

 

Eddie

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What's even more amazing is that he can even hold his head up. The antlers on my 61" Canada moose weighed 50+ lbs. and as you can see below, they weren't near as large as the one in the video. I'm guessing his are better than 80 lbs. 

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38 minutes ago, Ohthatguy said:

Meh, all species adapt to the weight of big racks and proudly display them.

 

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I’m betting the moose won’t have back problems from it’s rack though.

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20 minutes ago, muledeerarea33? said:

I’m betting the moose won’t have back problems from it’s rack though.

Maybe not back problems, but it did die because of it...

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1 hour ago, Ohthatguy said:

Meh, all species adapt to the weight of big racks and proudly display them.

 

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Point well taken. Any more pics; asking for a friend?

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8 hours ago, Non-Typical Solutions said:

And we all wonder why people road hunt😂😂😂

My wife wants to know where this is at? Asking for my wife 🙃

I'm guessing somewhere in northern B.C. or perhaps Yukon Terr.  Wherever it is, it's obvious Bullwinkle isn't about to go into any thick bush country and has to stay near the logging road system. 😂

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