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Moose slurps from Bear Lake sprinkler
First Published Aug 14 2014 10:31 am • Last Updated Aug 14 2014 10:46 am

Ever see a moose with a Binky?

A video recently posted by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources shows a bull moose dropping to its knees to get a drink from a sprinkler at Bear Lake.

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The big bull appears to have been parched and found the sprinkler much closer, and perhaps more fun, than the beautiful waters of Bear Lake in the background.

Moose are expanding their range south in Utah: on their own and with a little help.




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