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Moose Calf Lick Snow off the Hood of Woman's Car in MaineComing across a full-grown moose could make for a terrifying ordeal. But having a moose calf approach your car to lick snow off its hood? Possibly the most adorable thing you would have experienced for a whole month.Margo Lukens had been driving home from the Caribou Bog Conservation Area via Taylor Road in Orono, Maine when the incident happened. She had spotted lines of cars stopped on both sides of the road, a police car ahead, and decided to pull over. The reason was no other than a young moose. It approached her car and began nibbling on the snow that had piled up on the hood. Lukens was neither scared nor concerned, as was her dog who had been with her in the car.Check out the full clip that Lukens recorded below.
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Golden Retriever Insists on Human Coming out to PlayNow, see, this is why I get toy breeds. My Pomeranian is incapable of dragging me outside. Never buy a pet that can take you in a fight.This Golden Retriever is named Katie-potatie. She lives in Ontario. She saw an old friend for the first time in three months and insisted that she join her outside to play in the snow. It was -18° Celsius (that’s 0° in American), which is slightly cool by Canadian standards. Still, the human resisted Katie-potatie’s efforts although not every effectively. Perhaps she would have been willing to lose the sweatshirt if she wasn’t being recorded.-via Born in Space#dog #GoldenRetriever #snow
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The Corgi IditarodSnow can be a real joy if you don't have to drive in it. When you're a corgi, the snow doesn't have to be all that deep to be deep for you! Danbi, Hare, and Sasha were excited to get out in the snow in South Korea and burn off some energy. Even Danbi, who couldn't run, got to speed around in a sled.
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Baby Bear Plays with SnowflakesI’m thinking about getting one of these front door cameras for my house. In addition to security issues, it could help me record adorable baby animals playing in my front yard.Do we have bears in my thoroughly suburban Texas neighborhood? No, but we do have snapping turtles and copperhead snakes. Perhaps I could catch one of those playing in our decennary snow storms, as one Ring user caught this baby bear.Mama bear is task-focused, but baby bear wants to play. As the snow falls, he stands up on his hind feet to catch the flakes.-via Born in Space#snow #bears