Two moose were found frozen in an Alaskan river by a man this week. It appears from the investigation and photos that the two were fighting when their antlers became locked together. A man who helped recover the animals said that it appears one of the brow tines penetrated on of the moose, leaving the other with a very heavy object tangled up in it’s antlers.
Article and photos taken from Unofficial Networks
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