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Winter’s a coming.
And so are salty roads to minimize the ice buildup.
With salt being placed on freezing roads, watch out for animals. They tend to come out and spend a lot of time licking it off of anything it sticks too.
All wildlife requires some level of salt to survive. Larger animals obviously require more and certain species need to find it in larger quantities due to it lacking from their natural diet.
Hunters love using the salt block trip to get an animal to stop up so we can get good trail camera photos throughout the summer months leading into hunting seasons.
Large animals like moose will look for large concentrations of salt. They need to intake this salt to ensure they have the appropriate amount of minerals in their system for survival.
Cars during the winter kick up the salt laid out on the roads and it accumulates on vehicles.
This moose realized that and decided he had found himself a good salt source.
Stopped roadside in Canada, a big ol’ bull moose approached the car and started licking it all over as the owners watched from inside.
Literally starring the people in the eyes, the moose licks up the side across the windows and all over the car.
It is so close that a cellphone video looks like some National Geographic level stuff.
You can’t have an encounter this close with a bull moose that large and it be this safe…
This is one unique encounter.
Watch out for the car lickin’ animals this winter.
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