What Is the Plural for Moose?

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A moose is a type of animal within the deer family. The plural for moose remains the same word when it is in singular form.
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Moose is one of the words in English that the singular and the plural are the same word. Example sentences: A moose stood quietly near the edge of the trees. Two moose stood quietly
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The plural word for moose is the same as the singular, moose! Keep doin'
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The word "moose" came to us from Algonquian Indians. So its plural, is "moose", just like the plural of fish is fish!
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form of moose! It is MOOSE.
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