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The eastern moose (Alces alces americana) is a subspecies of moose. that ranges throughout most of Eastern Canada and most of the New England states and northern New York. Eastern moose inhabit boreal forests and mixed deciduous forests, which provide camouflage from predators which are timber wolves and poachers. The eastern moose is the third largest North American subspecies of moose, behind the western moose and the Alaskan moose. Male eastern moose along with all the other moose species are extremely aggressive during mating season and will attack anything that provokes it. 

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