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The moose (called elk in Europe) is the largest living member of the deer family. Moose are generally timid but males become very bold during the breeding season and have been known to charge moving trains.
Most forested areas north of latitude 45°N
Forest, swamps and the edges of lakes and streams
Common within geographic range
Leaves, twigs and bark of most trees; grass, water lilies
Further information about this species may be found on the Animal Diversity Web page for moose.