A young moose learns the hard way that he is not large enough to jump over a barrier.
When a young moose tried to jump over a wooden barrier and got its front hooves hooked in the planks, it had a terrible experience.
The calf was discovered, and two men carefully removed the boards with an ax without hurting the terrified animal. The moose patiently awaited.
The moose paused for a while after being set free, reflecting on her newfound independence. She appeared to be taking a nap and regaining equilibrium.
The men greeted the moose with “You’re welcome” after a short while. Although the moose remained silent, you could see gratitude in her eyes.
She walked a little distance in the foot-deep snow before slowly turning and trotting off. It was going toward his house, one man remarked.
That chewing motion you observe at the end is a very submissive gesture in horse communication, which means I just want to eat calmly with you rather than engage in combat. What a precious little one.