A Moose in Colorado Wore a Bucket on its Antler for Halloween
In the words of Colorado Parks and Wildlife... You can't make this up. A bull moose in Gilpin county was seen grazing on Halloween with a bucket on its antler.
It's almost as if the bull moose knew that it was Halloween and it was going trick or treating. The video was posted to Colorado Parks and Wildlife NE Region's Twitter on Halloween.
The bull moose was not alone either. The bucket toting moose was accompanied by a cow and calf that were seen eating the bark off of one of the trees where the videographer was.
One Twitter user by the name of Mountain Poet replied to the video "I'm speechless. The last thing I imagined today was a moose running around with a bucket. A real moose, not Bullwinkle".
The bucket on the moose's antler appears to have been picked up by its small prong. No word on if Colorado Parks and Wildlife intervened to assist in getting the bucket off of the moose's antler. However, from the photos, it appears that if the moose were to tilt its head just right, the bucket would easily fall off.
Speaking of photos, here are a few of the bull moose playing trick or treat on Halloween in Gilpin County, Colorado.
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