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  1. 1. Moose (Alces alces)
  2. 2. The moose is the biggest land mammal in the world it can weight over 1,000 pounds so cool.well this is a little bull moose as you can see the little horns that is what makes it a little bull.
  3. 3. This is a cow moose and cafe for short cow and cafe the mom moose is sheding that means the moose in loosening fur.
  4. 4. This is a rare albino cow moose the most rarest moose to see in the open
  5. 5. One of the biggest bull moose ever seen this is about 73 incher so big it makes a bear look tiny to this moose.
  6. 6. This is where moose are found.
  7. 7. • Facts about moose • The moose you see a lot is a moose commen moose the biggest ones are in the woods if you get lucky you can see one up close. Wich don't try to drive up to it It will think you are going to attack it it will charge at you and do a lot of damage. • Food of a moose they eat willow,twigs,lilies. • Moose are also eat humans,bears and wolves.
  8. 8. • 7 levels of taxonomy • Coniferous and young mixed forests are their home. Snow cover in the winter up to 60-70cm can be seen as standard Moose habitat is determined by temperatures. Moose prefer zones where the summer average is around 15ºC and does not exceed 27ºC for long. The reason for this temperature dependency: They cannot sweat and they produce additional heat by fermentation in their gut. • Besides the cooling effect of water, from which moose are seldomly far away, water protects against biting insects and offers good food supply. • Moose are native in nearly all Northern forest zones:Northern Europe, Northern America, the Baltic region and Siberia as well as in the colder regions of Asia. • The habitat is limited to the South by approximately the 50th parallel and to the North by the 67th parallel. • Scientifically this is taiga, forest tundra, temperate forest and rain forest, i.e., boreal and subarctic zones. • Two main areas are perfectly related to vegetation and the content of nutrients: Flooding areas, where high levels of nutrients/minerals come into the soils; when ponds are flooded, they grow nutrient-rich aquatic vegetation. The other area is forest burnt down by forest fires. Here high levels of nutrients also are available, and young forest can emerge giving the perfect food supply for moose. • The minerals required are found in silt and loess-soils found in the northern temperate zones, which forms the main habitat of the moose. These soils, combined with usually young eco-systems, give rapid plant growth of nutrient-rich and soft plants—the perfect food for moose.