Seeing wildlife is always exciting, but considering a moose — even this young one — is taller than some cars, it can cause some serious damage and injury to anyone in its path. Comments on CBC's Facebook page admonished the police for chasing the poor, confused moose and potentially causing more harm than good.
But in the end, the police were just trying to help, and the moose safely found his way back to the woods. It raises the question, though — what should you do if you make your way to your car with a basket full of groceries only to find a moose (or any variety of wild animal) is cruising through the lot?
A moose on the loose in Corner Brook
A moose in Corner Brook had a tough time trying to find a parking space this morning. The police tried to protect the moose as it made its way around town. The good news? The moose eventually found its way back to the woods.Posted by CBC Newfoundland and Labrador on Thursday, May 7, 2015
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