A hoofed mammal (Alces alces) found in woodlands of northern united states as well as in Eurasia and having an extensive, pendulous muzzle and large, palmate antlers inside male.
the greatest member of the deer family (Alces alces), that a man has actually large, palmate antlers.
Plural form of moose.
A large cervine mammal (Alces alces syn. Alces machlis, syn Alces Americanus), native of the Northern United States and Canada. The adult male is about as large as a horse, and has very large, palmate antlers. It closely resembles the European elk, and by many zoölogists is considered the same species. See elk.
A member for the advanced celebration; a Bull Moose.
A member regarding the fraternal business known as Loyal Order of Moose.
An animal of the family Cervidæ, the Cervus alces or Alces malchis of these just who hold it is just like the elk of European countries; the moose-deer of The united states, by some considered particularly distinct from elk of European countries, and labeled as Alces americana.
The Alaskan moose has-been described as a fresh species, Alces gigas, distinguished by its larger teeth and antlers, and by various other faculties.
big northern deer with enormous flattened antlers when you look at the male; known as `elk' in European countries and `moose' in united states