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Animals In Print
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From 10 September 2008 Issue

Distressed Moose... Not Any More

A baby moose was in distress in a creek. A man got him out of the creek. He tried to find the mother & send him on his way, but eventually the moose tumbled back into the creek & was rescued again. The baby moose followed the man home. The man has only a small cabin so he took the moose to another neighbor, who took these photos. They took the moose the next day to a woman who looks after wild animals & she put it in a pen with a rescued fawn.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Source: Chibob44@aol.com

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