Canadian Bull Moose Gracefully Gallops Alongside Car– The first thing that comes to mind when you think of moose isn’t “they’re very fast.”
Video clips usually show these creatures charging tourists at National Parks because they feel threatened by the people or being hunted down by predators such as bears and wolves.
We don’t realize, however, that they’re quite quick.
You can find the proof here if you need it.
There’s a bull moose galloping at full speed alongside a vehicle in this video from Northern Ontario, Canada.
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Though the car isn’t traveling at full speed, at roughly 30 miles per hour, it’s a pretty good example of the speed these creatures can reach on a dead sprint.
Moose can run up to 35 mph and swim at six mph for up to two hours, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
As they try to evade predators in the wild, moose are not only quick, but also very strong.
Please comply with the park’s reminder asking you to stay at least 25 yards away if you encounter one of these creatures the next time you are at a National Park…
A full-speed charge by this thing won’t end well.
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