What do moose eat in Alaska?

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asked Jun 28 in Other-Environment by Riothouse (300 points)
What do moose eat in Alaska?

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answered Jun 28 by Shawn (69,910 points)
Moose in Alaska eat a variety of different foods such as sedges, equisetum (horsetail), pond weeds, and grasses.

Moose in Alaska also eat vegetation in shallow ponds, forbs, and the leaves of birch, willow, and aspen.

A moose has twins at least every 3 years and a moose having twins is also pretty rare but does happen quite often.

Most moose have just one moose when they give birth but every 3 years or so the moose has twins.

A male moose is called a bull.

Male moose which are called bulls have massive antlers.

A male moose or bulls antlers can grow up to 6 feet (1.8 m)wide from tip to tip.

Some people just refer to a male moose as a moose but they are also known as a bull in their locations.

In the USA and the states a bull refers to a male cow but in Alaska a bull refers to a male moose.

A female moose is called a cow.

In the USA a cow is a different type of animal but in Alaska the female moose is a cow.

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