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#1 posted 10-27-2010 03:23 AM

Here you go.

French to English translation
This is a photo taken by a train driver, Chapleau, Ontario.

Note that the track is 56 1 / 2 inches wide between the rails. So its timber at least 6 feet wide!

The female was killed, the offspring here.

A train struck the moose, the mother died, but her calf was spared. The man now had the idea to bring him home and treated her as a newborn, and it never went away. The moose stayed around with the horses and slept in the barn, so ingenious, the man began to harness the moose with his horses.

When the horses are finally dead, the bull moose has still not left, even during the rut (mating), so the old man used the huge moose for his work.

This type lives in Chapleau, Canada


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