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moose

largest of the deer, 6 feet at the withers, 2000 pounds. Males have a prominent roman nose and overhanging upper lip, dark brown coat with white legs. Called also American moose, Alces americana, Alces alces.

moose disease/sickness
see neurofilariasis. Called also moose sickness.
moose tick
see dermacentoralbipictus.
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At the time of capture, 6 of 9 captured cow moose were accompanied by 7-9 month old calves.
The objective of this study was to identify and describe post-parturition habitat of cow moose in northeastern Minnesota.
As we watched, a cow moose came down the opposite shore, plunged into the lake, and swam across to join the bull, cow, and calf.
Although we were unable to compare rump fat for moose with and without calves-at-side during capture, other studies found that cow moose with greater amounts of rump fat were not tending calves (Testa and Adams 1998, Keech et al.
When he started to raise the birchbark call, we heard the nasal-toned bawl of a real cow moose coming from about a half-mile away.
With an additional 2 years (2004-2005) of antler restrictions and high harvest of cow moose, bull:cow ratios reached 38:100.
As we were glassing the cow moose munching willows, my guide, Rusty, said, "That's not a cow.
In October 1991 the NDGF received multiple calls regarding case A, an adult cow moose east of Sheldon.
During midmorning, we spotted a cow moose about a mile away, and about noon we agreed I should return to camp and retrieve lunch while Gary continued to glass.
To increase my chances of finding him, I called regularly, every 500 yards or so, by imitating the mournful call of a cow moose.
Direct observations of radio-collared cow moose were attempted by stalking them to within sighting distance 1-2 times weekly from 1 May to 1 August, 2003-2005.