A moose eating pumpkins just won Halloween
Update: At the time of publication, the team believed this situation took place in Canada. Unfortunately, it has come to our attention that it was in Alaska. We regret the error.
Nothing says Canada quite like a giant moose strolling aimlessly through country roads, except maybe a video of a moose eating a pumpkin.
The video, which was taken in Alaska, shows a massive moose eating carved pumpkins right off of someone's front lawn.
This moose outside Vancouver is demolishing a pumpkin as the others watch in horror 🎃 #Vancouver #Canada #halloween2019 pic.twitter.com/PTCog8MlJx— Freshdaily (@freshdaily) October 23, 2019
While the moose feasts on one of the pumpkins, the others hilariously appear to be watching in fear.
The video recently went viral online, and it has lots of people talking about the mysterious animal that is the moose.
Welcome to Canada, where it snows on Halloween and the moose’s eat your pumpkins https://t.co/i1lJD7Q6Y9— Brody Redmond (@brodyred31) October 23, 2019
Some (presumably non-Canadians) are remarking on how large the animal is, saying they'd be scared to see one in real life.
WAIT— 🌿SPOOKTRIKK🌿 (@ellektrikk) October 23, 2019
How freaking big are moose!?!?!? I thought they were deer sized?!?!?! IM TERRIFIED
But others are pointing out how graceful and beautiful they are.
I saw a Moose in Canada,it was soooo big and graceful. I would give my pumpkin up without fight. 😎— Moniii (@Moniii59431536) October 23, 2019
Many are joking about feeling sorry for the pumpkins.
Thoughts and prayers . Pumpkin 🎃 strong— BEN STONELEY (@BENSTONELEY1) October 23, 2019
And others are having a great time laughing at all the non-Canadians who think the moose is terrifying.
One of my favourite things is people outside of Canada realizing how freaking huge moose are. https://t.co/dGKFT2nzE2— Kommander Warlock Ramsey (@KWRamsey) October 23, 2019
But mostly, Twitter users are emphasizing how utterly Canadian it is to see a moose chomping on a pumpkin just before Halloween.
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