If nature is your backyard, you must live next door to these folks.
Spring has sprung (at least for most of us), and that means adorable baby cervidae are right around the corner. Moose typically have their calves in May or June, but that’s not going to stop us from sharing this video with you a little early here in April.
Below you’ll see a pair of moose calves (called twins in the video title) playing in a backyard sprinkler while mother moose watches over. The family who filmed this is obviously familiar with what these moose like, as they can be seen prancing around the backyard and playing with the sprinkler like a long-lost friend.
These beauties were filmed in Anchorage, Alaska in 2008, but that’s all the info we have for now. Enjoy!
Twin Baby Moose Play in Sprinkler
Aren’t they just the cutest? Moose are very intelligent animals, and should never be confronted in the wild due to their unpredictable tempers. You may remember a story going around a month or so ago about a snowmobiler who took out a moose for coming into his path. To see what moose are like on the other end of the spectrum, and in our opinion what you should NEVER do when confronted by a moose, watch the video by clicking the link below.
What did you think of this video? Do you get yearly visitors in your own backyard? Share your thoughts in the comments below.