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New Hampshire Conservation Officer Rescues Stranded Moose by Annoying it

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A moose found itself stuck in the middle of a frozen lake in Deerfield, New Hampshire, until a conservation officer could help. 

A New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officer was called after a moose, chased by a dog, found itself stranded in the middle of a frozen lake.

The moose kept trying to stand up but slipped and could not go very far on the ice.

That’s when the officer crawled out onto the ice, making a lot of noise and clapping. This angered the moose until she finally got up, visibly annoyed. The moose eventually retreated into the woods as the officer kept yelling and waving his arms.

The moose essentially saved itself by just trying to get away from the antagonizing officer. The conservation officer can now put professional pesterer on his resume!

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New Hampshire Conservation Officer Rescues Stranded Moose by Annoying it