When you picture any young animal, you probably think “awww” and get that warm, fuzzy feeling while thinking of cuddly kittens, puppies, horses…or whatever the animal. But, you will probably change your mind after watching the video below that recently started making appearances on websites everywhere on the world wide web. It involves a young female moose calf attacking a man “upon being released back into the wild, after getting tagged for a wildlife research project in Maine”.
It’s true–Girls can be feisty, and this girl held a grudge…
MOOSING from WES LIVINGSTON on Vimeo.
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