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British pronunciation/mˈuːs/
American pronunciation/ˈmus/
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a large deer with palmate antlers, a long, drooping snout, and a hump on its shoulders, found chiefly in northern forests of North America, Europe, and Asia

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What is a "Moose"?

A moose, also known as an elk in Europe, is a large mammal belonging to the deer family. They are typically found in forested areas in the northern regions of North America, Europe, and Asia. Moose have long, narrow snouts, and a unique flap of skin called a bell that hangs below their throat. Both male and female moose have antlers, with the males' being larger and more elaborate. Moose are herbivores, and their diet consists of twigs, bark, leaves, and aquatic plants. They are excellent swimmers and can run up to 35 miles per hour. Moose are also known for their distinctive vocalizations, which can range from low grunts to high-pitched wails. While generally docile, moose can become aggressive during the breeding season and when defending their young.

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A pack of wolves ran the moose deep into the forest before bringing it down.
Canadian wildlife includes animals like bears, moose, beavers, and eagles.
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