The tallest moose on record is a male Alaskan moose that was first discovered in 1897, as it stood 7 feet and 8 inches at the shoulders and weighed 1,819 pounds. This moose had antlers that spread… The tallest moose on record is a male Alaskan moose that was first discovered in 1897, as it stood 7 feet and 8 inches at the shoulders and weighed 1,819 pounds.
The bull moose on this list are the biggest entries from each sub-species of moose currently listed in the Safari Club International Record book. Safari Club International recognizes four North American sub-species of moose: Shiras Moose, Eastern Canada Moose, Western Canada Moose, and Alaska-Yukon Moose.
Mac the Moose, the iconic beast that greets visitors to Moose Jaw, Sask., appears to have a statuesque cousin — in Norway — laying claim to the title world's tallest moose.
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Mac the Moose. Mac the Moose is the World's Largest Moose Statue, made of metal piping, mesh and cement. It is about 32 feet tall and weighs about 10 tons. It was completed in May 1984. Recently, Mac the Moose's jaw fell off, and it now sits in the visitor's center, where t-shirts are being sold to raise money to replace it again.
Oslo this week took delivery of the world's largest elk sculpture, a ten-metre-high beast in shimmering steel which stands 30cm taller than its Canadian rival 'Mac the Moose'.
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Moose are the largest members of the deer family, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. They are also the tallest mammals in North America. Their height, from hoof to shoulder, ranges from 5 to 6.5 feet (1.5 to 2 meters).