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These photos come from Chapleau, which is located 120 miles west of Timmins, Ontario.
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The anglers were fishing when they came upon a moose cow and this calf on a very small island. Eventually, the cow took off for the main shore and the calf followed.
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The anglers turned the corner of the island and saw that the calf was struggling to make it ashore.
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Not even half way there, the calf started to go underwater. As the anglers started to get closer the it stopped moving.
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One of the anglers grabbed the calf by the ears and hauled it into the boat.
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Once in the boat, the calf coughed a few times and then started breathing again.
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The anglers motored over toward the shore where the mother moose was waiting.
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With shaky legs, the calf made its way back to its mother.

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