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Moose are dying off all over North America, and no one seems to be able to pinpoint the reason or reasons. There have been steep population declines in New Hampshire, Minnesota, Montana and British Columbia, Canada. #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-695562{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-695562, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-695562{width:520px;height:383px;display:block;} One moose population in Minnesota, for example, has plummeted in 20 years from around 4,000 to fewer than 100, according to the New York Times. No one is sure what is causing the die-off, but scientists suspect many factors. Most of them center on climate change ...

It's pool party season, or at least that's what one moose decided. According to the Daily Mail U.K., this majestic and massive animal took a dive into a villa's private pool in Redmond, Washington. The 7-foot creature quickly gained an audience as he swam lengths and rested in the shallow end. While the vacationers filming were worried about the animal causing damage, the moose handled the whole situation delicately. This is further proof that we need synchronized moose swimming in the next Summer Olympics. Moose Drunk ... In ...

Have you seen less moose on the loose? According to the Daily Mail U.K., moose hunting has been banned in Minnesota due to a dramatic drop in the state's moose population. Over the past two years, the number of moose in the state has dropped by 52% for unknown reasons. To give the animal a chance to rebound Minnesota has banned moose hunting for an indefinite amount of time. Minnesota is also investing $1.2 million to research what is behind this rapid decline. Numbers have been dropping for several years, but never this sharply. "...

What do you want to see when you go on a ski trip? Lots of snow, lots of powder on the hills. Beautiful men and women enjoying the frosty outdoors. A lodge with an inviting fireplace to warm up next to. A confused, 1,500-pound adult male moose charging at you at full speed. Oh, was that last item not on your weekend skiing agenda? Better pencil it in, because a particularly bold moose has been spotted hanging around the Sugarbush resort lately, and gave one teenager the fright of his life after almost running him down. Luckily, the close encounter was captured on video for us all to enjoy....

Twin Baby Moose Romp in Sprinkler

Moose twins - meet sprinker. Sprinkler - good luck! We can't remember the last time we got to play in a sprinkler, but we're sure we never had permission to stomp all over one. These baby moose twins don't care about human rules when they find their new favorite toy in an Alaskan family's yard, though. We can all live vicariously through these adorable rebels for a moment by appreciating their curiosity and daring. Related: Elk Playing in Puddle (Video) Molly the Westie: Dog Film Critic? Utah Deputy Frees Moose Stuck in Swing Set...

Chantelle Hernandez had one big hope for her chilly move from Miami to Alaska: to "connect with a moose." Within several months of making the "Last Frontier" state her home, the 24-year-old's wish has been granted. Luckily, someone caught it on video and now Hernandez has the gift of YouTube stardom to go with her new animal friendship. More Frontier Furries: According to ABC News, The moose-meets-girl encounter occurred when Hernandez and her husband spotted one of the animals lazing under a tree in the parkin...