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'other members of the deer fam
ily, but lives by browsing or eat
ing bark, twigs, lichens and forest
shoots. The moos'e call is a pro
longed, resonant bawl, ending in
three or four hoarse grunts.
The tallest moose, on record
was killed in New Brunswick in
1901. He stood over -seven feet.
Another killed in Alaska a cquple
of years later had the largest ant
lers. The spread was 78J4 inches.
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Some New York tourists at-
'tempted some of their native
"smartness" on the old station
' master at a country station.
"Well, Tompkins," said one of
them, "when does the three-forty
train get in ?' "Well," replied the
official, "she generally gets in just
a leetle behind the engine, young