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“Moose” is an Algonquin Indian word that means “twig-eater”.

A Moose’s lifespan is between 15-25 years.

The Algonquin’s say that if you dream of Moose often, you will live a very long time.

A Bull Moose loses his antlers every year during the winter and can have antlers that grow to 1.8m (6ft) across.

The biggest rack of antlers ever found was 2m (81ins) across and the heaviest rack weighed 35kg (77lbs).

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A Moose can run as far as 24km (15 miles) without stopping.

A Moose can swim as far as 17km (10 miles) without stopping and can also dive up to 6m (20ft) under water! In addition they have hollow hair which helps them to float.

Moose only have front teeth on the bottom.

A full-grown adult moose only has an 8cm (3ins) tail.

What is called a moose in North America is an elk in Europe and Asia.

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Moose weigh between 499-817kg (1,100-1,800lbs).

Moose can run at a speed of 56 k.p.h. (35 m.p.h.) and swim at a speed of 10 k.p.h. (6 m.p.h.) speed.

Moose can stay under water for approximately 30 seconds.

The Moose’s senses of hearing and smell are strong but it has weak eyesight.

Airplanes in America collide with an average of 1 moose a year on runways (according to federal records).

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Female moose do not grow antlers.

Moose have hairy skin called bell that hangs underneath the throat.

Moose have a hump.

A Moose’s front legs are a bit longer than its hind legs.

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