After a person shared an intriguing moose question with the US National Park Service, an Instagram user might not have expected a heated response from them. Since the park shared the person’s query, it went viral, much to the amusement of many.
The post is shared by the National Park. (Instagram)
The post shows a screenshot of the comments section. In the comments, one person asked, “Is riding a moose more like petting a buffalo or tickling a grizzly bear?”
To which the park replied, “It’s more like checking your insurance policy on the way to the hospital.”
In the caption of the post, the presenter wrote: “Yes, riding, petting and tickling a wild animal is not covered. Time to retreat. Generally, if wildlife reacts to your presence, you are too close. If you’re close enough for a selfie or a tickle fight (Let’s be honest, you’re not going to win. But am I laughing so hard my hips hurt? Oh, it’s a moose antler), you’re definitely too close. In conclusion, let wildlife be wild and observe them from a distance.”
Check out the post shared by the National Park Service here:
This post was shared a few hours ago. Since it was shared, it has received more than 77,000 likes and numerous comments.
Here’s what people are saying about it:
One person wrote: “No matter how adorable bears are, we must remember not to hug them.”
Another added: “Let’s keep wild animals wild. National parks are one of the few places that should be protected.”
“Really, has anyone ever ridden a moose and lived to tell the tale?” published another.
A fourth said: “That sounds like trying to pet a fluffy cow!”
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