Photo. Moose grazing in Finland. © A. Jokisaari - Travelguide.
Male moose grow new antlers each summer and shed them after the autumn rutting season. Finland’s vast forests are home to around 100,000 moose also known in Europe as elks. The mighty moose - king of the forest: grazing on a field of rapeseed in southwest Finland (July 2016). southeastern finland.
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Finland’s vast forests are home to around 100,000 moose - also known in Europe as elks. A large bull moose can weigh as much as 700 kilogrammes. These kings of the forest are an imposing sight with their huge crowns of palmate antlers.
Stein Morten Lund, 25th July 2016