Moose Calendar, Wall, Browntrout
Moose is the common name for this largest member of the Deer family. Moose is an Algonquin word that means "eater of twigs," which reflects the animal's diet. Moose live in different sorts of wooded areas of Canada and the northern United States, as they prefer a climate that seldom exceeds 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Their distinctive snout has nostrils that close automatically as they dip their heads underwater for food. A bull moose's antlers measure as much as six feet across! Follow these gentle giants all year long with a 2006 Moose wall calendar. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Browntrout.
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