Alaskan Snowmobilers Dig Through Snow & Ice To Rescue Moose Who Fell Through Frozen Creek

Moose are one cool animal, the largest in North America, carrying antlers that are unbelievable large paddles.

There is truly no animal like it.

When you live in an area that has lots of moose, you learn to love them. And as outdoors enthusiast, we would never want to see them struggle.

Good News Network says that two snowmobilers came across just that. A Moose that was stuck under ice and snow after it fell through a frozen creek.

Andrew Koerner and his buddy decided they needed to help this Moose, despite even begin aware of how dangerous the animal can be towards humans, especially when agitated.

This wasn’t there first encounter, but they knew the dangers of the situation.

“He was definitely not happy, but we let him calm down.”

Good thing they knew what they were doing, or at least had an idea.

“You could just tell by his eyes that he was just so ready to get out of that hole. That’s when me and Terry looked at each other and were like, we’re not going to leave until this little guy is out of this hole”

They could tell he had been there for a bit with signs of struggle and some noticeable hair rubbed off around his neck. The pair dug for an hour and half, even with having more help from other people driving by.

Eventually they got through deep enough and give it enough space to ran back up to freedom.

It took an 8 foot hole to get him out.

They were happy with the work they did.

“It felt amazing, it felt great”

And it should.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock