Drivers in Canada are encouraged to scare the moose licking cars
Careful on the roads may meet moose, licking his vehicle. With such a warning to drivers addressed the authorities of the canadian province of Alberta.
Moose, povadivshijsja to give French kissing steel horses bred in one of the canadian national parks in 130 km from calgary.
Presumably, the forest giants are attracted to the salt on the sides of the car, reports CBCNews.
Usually moose try to touch long tongue to metal in the cold in Parking lots at lake Chester, and other places in the area.
Car-licking moose in Alberta promts official warning: honk, but don’t push https://t.co/VvevXuWlEG pic.twitter.com/Zll6V6QOgm
— CTV News (@CTVNews) on 14 December 2016.
Authorities recommend to use car signals, to scare off animals Lizunov, if you are in the car. Drivers warned against trying to drive away the moose from the parked cars, if you are in the cabin.
The average weight of female moose in Canada is 420 kg, males — 500 kg.
Please be advised of a moose warning for the Chester Lake and Burstall Pass Parking Lots and Area. More info @ https://t.co/iQCKu39cMb pic.twitter.com/ew8qLWmE7N
Alberta Parks (@Albertaparks) 13 Dec 2016.