An Alaskan man saw an unusual incident at the start of the summer. When he awakened and pulled up the draperies, he saw a female moose with two cubs blissfully nestled in the yard.
On the grass, the animals were sunbathing. He was aware that two females had given birth to calves a few weeks ago in neighboring woods, but he had only seen them passing through his area.
A person’s proximity did not appear to bother the young mother. She didn’t even give the man, who appeared to be interested in her family, a second glance. Moose, the size of his land, the surrounding area, and the state of the turf were all fine.
He took advantage of the situation by shooting species that are rarely seen from more than a few steps away. The man returned to work after that, expecting the moose to wake up and go short.
They just turned from time to time, exposing one side or the other to the sun’s rays.
With his nose, one of the moose calves knocked over a pot of marigolds and sought to scrape himself on it. That day, the moose family went into the forest twice and then came back.
Along the way, the animals tried everything that grew and stood on the site. Moose’s calves were so curious that they tried to devour garden chairs, exactly like human infants who eat everything.