Male moose can reach heights of 7 feet tall, 8.5 feet long, and weigh upwards of 1,500 pounds, making them the second largest land mammal in North America.
Despite their immense stature, they can reach speeds of 35 mph when at a full-out sprint.
The video below shows a moose charging through feet of deep snow along a snowshoeing track in Quebec, Canada.
The video isn’t new, but it’s going re-viral as folks share it across their social media accounts. You’ll see why!
That moose charges through the powder as if it’s not even there.
The sheer strength and power it takes to move that quickly through feet of snow is remarkable.
Good on the snowshoers for doing their best to get out of the moose’s way!