Dimensions: Inches: 132 (length), 72 (width), 102 (height); cannot be accurately measured since it is on display
Museum ID Number: 3401180018
Image Number: ROM2004_940_3
Description: The moose represents the largest member of the deer family. This regal animal is common to the lakes and rivers of the forests in eastern and western Canada. They are a serious driving hazard due to their habit of moving around at night and their attraction to salt on highway shoulders.
Location: 43 miles west of Hearst; Cochrane; Fintry; Ontario; Canada; North America
Habitat/Biome: Temperate deciduous and mixed forests
Collection Date: Collected on October 24, 1933; acquired on January 18, 1934
Gallery: Hands-On Biodiversity, in moose/wolf interaction display, second floor