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The Moose: Canada's Most Dangerous Animal

The moose, one of Canada's most cherished and recognizable national icons, reaches its highest population density on Earth on the island of Newfoundland. Yet remarkably, the moose is not native to the island. It was introduced there by humans in the early 1900s. In less than a century, it has gained great cultural and some commercial importance - and through its habit of wandering onto highways, this mammoth and majestic creature has gained a reputation as Canada's most dangerous animal.

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