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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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Overall, we estimate the state's moose population now at about a thousand, but the radio-collared moose give us very detailed information about their habits within a given area such as Quabbin, and the northern Worcester County corridor along Route 2," Mr.
We are proud of what we have achieved at Blue Moose with our team and our customer partners," said Bert Sartori, current General Manager of Blue Moose.
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All data for 3 moose with missing rectal temperatures for [greater than or equal to]3 of the 19 dates were removed from statistical analysis.
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In fact, just Friday, a Twitter post from David Tuttle of the Worcester County Sheriff's Office showed a moose with a full rack that had just been hit by a vehicle in late afternoon on Route 122 in Oakham.
Burney, who learned about the moose sex project from a friend, said his love of nature led him to make the sizeable donation.
Moose and Deitsch sold the Washington Square Bar & Grill in 1990 and ostensibly retired.
Biologists can give you information about the trophy potential of the animals in the units they oversee, as well as moose density in their areas, which can help you narrow down your search," Battle explained.
Moose International is one of the biggest organisations in the world with nearly two million members worldwide.