Huge? These moose are nothing short of GI-NORMOUS!
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The largest deer in the world is impressive by any measure. Standing at over seven feet, weighing nearly one ton, an antler spread spanning more than 6-feet with 40 points, an oversize bull is something to behold. Add the fact that a rut-crazed bull can be dangerous and you have a formidable target for any hunter.
North America has four distinct moose sub-species: Alaska (the largest), Western Canada, Shiras (Rocky Mountains) and Eastern Canada. Safari Club International (www.safariclub.org) has compiled moose records for many years. Here are some of the biggest.
Debra Card took the No. 1 SCI Alaska moose in 1999 near the town of Cordova. This incredible animal has 39 points, an outside angler spread of over 6 feet, and scores 731 1/8-inches!