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OUTDOORS Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairba Any moose calf alive in mid-summer is a lucky animal. If the calf was born a twin, it has probably seen its sibling pulled down and eaten by a bear. If the calf was born alone, it probably stood close to its mother as she reared on her hind legs and pounded a predator with her hooves.

Newborn moose calves fight very slim odds

Within the first few months of life, moose calves often fall prey to wolves and bears.
U.s. Fish And Wildlife Service Photo By Leroy Anderson.
Within the first few months of life, moose calves often fall prey to wolves and bears.
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