What is a group of moose called?


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A group of moose is known as a herd. Moose occupy northern parts of North America, Asia and Europe. The moose is the biggest species of deer.

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Moose range in height at the shoulder from about 5 feet to over 6 feet, and they can weigh up to 1,800 pounds. The antlers on a male moose can span about as much of a distance as its entire body length. Despite their massive size, moose are fast on ground, capable of running about 35 miles per hour. Female moose typically have one or two baby moose, called calves, in the springtime each year. Calves weigh about 30 pounds when born.

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