You’ve got to love smart phones because if what happened yesterday in Jackson Hole, Wyoming took place 20 years ago, no one would have believed it. RELATED: Horror Video of Tourist Being Chased and Bitten By Seal

In the viral video below, you will see a moose running down a ski slope behind and alongside skiers. I imagine it must have been quite scary since a moose can weigh up to 1,500 pounds and can run 35 mph.

Many news articles are stating that the moose was chasing the skiers which it might have been but I didn’t get that impression from the short clip. Did you? To me, it looks like the poor animal ended up on the ski slope and found himself surrounded by skiers. I think he was just trying to find a way to get out of there. Watch the video below and see what you think:


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Some commenters wrote:
The [blank] people chasing her on skis and snowboards are [blank]. Give her space! Another wrote: “Also, stupid. She could stop and decide to charge uphill just as fast.”

One of the funnier comments was by darth_sidiot, who wrote on Threads: “From the makers of Cocaine Bear comes a story even more terrifying: Speed Moose.”


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1 Comment On "Viral Video of Moose Chasing (Or Trying to Get Away From) Skiers on Ski Slope in Jackson Hole, Wyoming"
  1. Anonymous|

    Chasing the moose is probably illegal and mostly cruel to stress out the moose

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