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This 2-Hour Old Moose Calf is How Every Trophy Bull Begins

This newborn moose calf is just like its mama, only a little smaller. Here’s the ‘aww’ moment of the day on a platter!

Tim Grams Photography out of Anchorage, Alaska caught some beautiful footage of a newborn moose calf so soon out on the ground that it can barely stand.

The photography page said “This moose calf was born near a neighbor’s house in Anchorage, Alaska last night. (Sometime around May 19, 2016) It was about 2 hours old when I captured this video. I’m about 60 yards away with a long lens so no apparent stress for Mom since she stayed in sight for over an hour.”

Watch what could be a trophy bull someday take its first steps and enjoy it immensely.

An Alaskan cow moose is one of the most loving creatures in nature; it’s also one of the most dangerous- especially with a calf. Having an experience like this is one definitely best left to a professional photographer.

With about 34-seconds left in the video that wobbly little moose face-plants something awful, but you know what? Moose’s bounce!

Thanks to the Tim Grams Photography Facebook page for sharing this beautiful video of nature at its finest!

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This 2-Hour Old Moose Calf is How Every Trophy Bull Begins