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#1 posted 1365 days ago

I don’t think that’s a real moose.

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#2 posted 1365 days ago

Is that your moose?

Are you doing that?

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#3 posted 1365 days ago

That is a real moose.

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#4 posted 1365 days ago

I think that is Glivinston’s icon babe in a moose suit.

-- Ohh mann...pancakes and boobies...I'll bet that's what Heaven is like! ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣

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#5 posted 1365 days ago

The moose is real but that is not me on the photo

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#6 posted 1365 days ago

That is just to cool Gman!

Yeah, I know it’s a real mouse…I could tell a fake moose clear across British Columbia.

-- Ohh mann...pancakes and boobies...I'll bet that's what Heaven is like! ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣

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#7 posted 1365 days ago

This is the story.
C’est une photo prise par un conducteur de train, à Chapleau en Ontario.

Prenez note que la voie a 56 1/2 pouces de largeur entre les rails. Donc, ses bois ont au moins 6 pieds de large!!!

La femelle s’est fait tuer, voici le rejeton.

Un train avait heurté les orignaux, la mère est décédée, mais son veau a été épargné. L’homme de train a eu l’idée de l’amener à la maison et l’a soignée comme un nouveau-né, et il n’est jamais parti. L’orignal est resté autour avec les chevaux et a dormi dans la grange, tellement ingénieux, l’homme a commencé a atteler l’orignal avec ses chevaux.

Quand les chevaux sont finalement morts, l’orignal taureau n’a toujours pas parti, même pendant la saison du rut (accouplement), ainsi le vieil homme a employé l’orignal énorme pour son travail.

Ce type habite dans Chapleau, Canada

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#8 posted 1365 days ago

Oh that’s nice…the only french I can understand is “would you like fries with that”.

-- Ohh mann...pancakes and boobies...I'll bet that's what Heaven is like! ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣

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#9 posted 1365 days ago

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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#10 posted 1365 days ago

I have seen this before, including more pictures as I recall. Pretty impressive.

But always remember, its just like having a relationship with a wild tiger, they truly are wild animals. Best I can tell, in Alaska, it is usually the cows with little ones that injure and kill people, which has happened right in the middle of this northern paradise, Anchorage…...don’t you wish you were here?

Jim

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#11 posted 1365 days ago

“A loop, a whirl, a vertical climb, and once again you’ll know it’s time…For the adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle…and friends! Starring that supersonic speedster Rocket J. Squirrel and his pal Bullwinkle the moose, and a host of others…”

Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. I’ve been watching the first 3 seasons of the above quoted TV show.

Hey, wait a minute, this moose is a she moose! Should we call her Bullwinklette?

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#12 posted 1365 days ago

Hehe :)

-- Ohh mann...pancakes and boobies...I'll bet that's what Heaven is like! ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣

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#13 posted 1365 days ago

Sounds silly, but cows don’t have racks like that…

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#14 posted 1365 days ago

It’s photoshopped..fake. Compare the stack of logs on the right with the stack on the left…mirror images.

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#15 posted 1365 days ago

mics_54
You nailed it, a fake. Like I said these are wild animals. That is more believeable than that a moose could be harnessed.

Sharp eyes…......

Jim

-- Jim, Anchorage Alaska

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