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Twin baby moose in sprinkler...or is it meese? 
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You have got to watch these little guys play in the sprinkler.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNy9jTeolUk[/youtube]



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What I find so touching is that they are playing in the water no differently than a human child. And their mother is standing over them with affection occasionally grooming or nibbling on them, but allowing them to enjoy the spray of the water for as long as they like. Very cool video.



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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJvw4ZvCXnk[/youtube]



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That was so cute with the moose in the sprinkler - the way the wee one found it then ran to get mama and sibling to play with him.

The song was nice too.



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The second one was clever, I'll admit but I had a problem with the idea of putting a small child on the animal's back.

The moose could have bolted right there and then and the kid could have been hurt.

Anybody else feel this way?



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