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Moose Tranquilized and Moved from Easthampton to Huntington

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Moose Tranquilized and Moved from Easthampton to Huntington

A young female moose caused quite a stir in Easthampton Wednesday.  The 500-plus pound yearling made her way through yards and down streets before she was tranquilized so she could be moved.  After attracting a large crowd of onlookers and picture-takers, the moose was placed on a flatbed truck and taken to a more moose-appropriate place in the woods in Huntington.

(photo courtesy of Daily Hampshire Gazette)

 

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