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Moose Defends Territory Against Snowmobilers

Couple survives frightening encounter with a moose in no mood for fun.
1:49 | 04/20/14

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We'll turn now to a couple's frightening encounter with a moose who was in no mood of fun. This animal decided to defend its territory and Ryan is back with this story. This morning, a couple is glad to be alive after coming face to face with an angry moose. This terrifying run-in with a moose was caught on camera during a snowmobile trek in may. Look at this. The one-ton beast comes to a sharp halt. His ears was back. Reporter: The Powells said wild animals generally keep their distance, but this time it was different. Watch as the moose stomps toward bob, forcing he into duck behind his snowmobile. The moose charges again. Bob makes a break for his wife's machine, nearly missing a head-butt from the moose. Not taking any chances she fires a warning shot. I knew what kind of time I had. Reporter: At first, nothing. But soon enough, a retreat. No one was injured in the standoff. Have a new appreciation for moose, wildlife in general. The couple says this may be their last snowmobiling trip after that last scare. I wonder why? Was she rolling the whole time? The noose don't like to be videotaped. Yes. Thank you. To a big fish, the joke about

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