Customers and employees of Granite Clover Self-Storage in Nashua, N.H., are steering clear of a 400-pound, six-foot-tall cow moose who snuck inside the facility fence earlier today.
After a customer discovered the animal, self-storage manager Kathryn Davis called the police, who advised that people keep their distance until New Hampshire Fish and Game officials can assist in moving the moose.
Owned by College Bound Movers, the 360-unit storage facility is between two busy roads, but the property abuts a wetland, and there are woods nearby. Davis said they don’t see much wildlife. The facility fence is still whole, she said, so the moose must have walked through the gate.
The moose spent the afternoon munching on trees while Davis warned customers of the animal’s presence.
Source: The Nashua Telegraph, Moose not on the loose at fenced facility
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