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The huge animal caused moments of panic in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
In the Rocky Mountain National Park, located northeast of Boulder (Colorado, USA), a moose repeatedly attacked a woman with its antlers, as seen in a video shared last Saturday on social networks.
The recording shows how the horned animal attacks a group of people fleeing in terror, including a man who jumps behind a barrier to protect himself. Losing that prey to his fury, the moose manages to reach a woman dressed in red with his antlers, with which she was taught to, she tries to protect herself with her legs. “Somebody help!” shouts the person who recorded the video.
When the moose finally seems to move away, the woman tries to get up, but the wild aggressor comes back for her. In the last images he is seen leaving his victim alone, to redirect his attack on a vehicle of newly arrived park workers.
According to ABC’s review, autumn is the time of mating for these animals, which is why they can become aggressive even without being provoked. Therefore, the authorities recommend people “keep a safe distance” from these mammals.
See the Twitter Video:
A bull elk charged a group of park goers in Colorado, knocking one woman to the ground—before park worker Brian Berg used his truck to block the animal from bystanders. https://t.co/gioMi3VB3y pic.twitter.com/sRfPPKLSfM
— ABC News (@ABC) 28 September 2019
See the Youtube Video here:
Source: Actualidad RT