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Mooses - Good Luck Minis®

$129.99USD
SKU 348222

Moose are northern creatures; their range extends throughout Alaska and Canada, down through the Rocky Mountains into Colorado, and in some sparsely populated northern areas of border states like North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

  • Scientific Name: Alces americanus
  • Characteristics: This figure may be small, but it captures the elegance and majesty of the mighty moose. Forest dioramas wouldn’t be complete without them, and they are the life of the party as decorations or cake toppers.
  • Size and Color: Chocolate brown, realistically textured fur contrasts with tan antlers for exceptional realism in this grape-sized figure.
  • 192 Pieces Per Bag. Only Available in Bulk Purchase.
  • Mooses are part of the Good Luck Minis® collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • History

    Moose are the largest species of deer and the second-largest mammal in North America after Bison. Their genus (Alces) first appeared in the fossil record in Europe about 2 million years ago. Modern moose first appear as fossils around 100,000 years ago, with evidence that North American moose made the crossing from Europe between 50,000 and 10,000 years ago. Coincidentally, it may have replaced a larger version of Moose, the Stag Moose, that went extinct in North America toward the end of the most recent ice age around 11,000 years ago. Today, Moose populations are trending upward in both Europe and North America, with healthy herds on both continents.

    • Recommended Age: 5+
    • Size in cm: 6.73 L x 20.25 W x 25.5 H
    • Size in inches: 2.65 L x 7.97 W x 10.04 H
    • UPC: 095866348205
    Moose live in cold northern forests and grasslands, where they have no natural enemies and can find plenty of their favorite plants. They grow to 6.5 feet (2 m) tall at the shoulders and weigh around 1800 pounds (820 kg). Their antlers can grow to a massive 6 feet (1.8 m) wide.