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Extinct moose

  • Published on Mar 10, 2023 veröffentlicht

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  • Jim Miller
    Jim Miller 2 months ago +8982

    never underestimate nature

    • Kevin Gonzalez
      Kevin Gonzalez 2 months ago +60

      ill underestimate nature as much as i want

    • Spingebill
      Spingebill 2 months ago +12

      Never underestimate the Newfie dinosaur the moososaurus rex

    • Monke Monkey
      Monke Monkey 2 months ago +9

      ​@Kevin Gonzalez hahahahahahahahahaha ha hahahahahahahahahaha haahahahah hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahaha

  • Dylan
    Dylan 2 months ago +6409

    Want to find a moose in New Zealand? Look first for the flying squirrel, the moose is always nearby.

    • itzJCee
      itzJCee 2 months ago +35


    • Brandon Pitts
      Brandon Pitts 2 months ago +107

      Rocky and Bullwinkle 😂

    • Noah Watson.
      Noah Watson. 2 months ago +17

      That brought back memories :)

    • Slo Mo
      Slo Mo 2 months ago +20

      Send Boris and Natasha. They will find moose and squirrel.

    • Camo
      Camo 2 months ago +12

      And if you're looking for flying squirrel, look first for moose. They are always nearby

  • Etan
    Etan 2 months ago +4853

    As a person who’s hunted moose every year, I live in Alaska, I can tell you even though a moose is a cow on stilts if those animals don’t want to be seen or found you’ll never see them.

  • clydes95cummins
    clydes95cummins 2 months ago +1272

    Having lived in Alaska I've learned moose are very smart and good at hiding from hunters when they know they are being hunted.

    • Toby
      Toby 2 months ago +3

      Some one alright said your regurgitated comment before you and better.
      Good job on being a shadow

    • clydes95cummins
      clydes95cummins 2 months ago +31

      @Toby I'm sorry I think you mistook me for some who care what you think. I'm sharing my experience living in Alaska. If you don't like that I didn't do it “well”, or wasn't the first person to share, that's on you bud.

    • Toby
      Toby 2 months ago +5

      @luvan be the hero this guy needs. We love it

    • Michael Fronc
      Michael Fronc 2 months ago +3

      @Toby why comment though?

  • Emanuel Baba Yaga Ortiz
    Emanuel Baba Yaga Ortiz 2 months ago +661

    You know Moose, to me it’s one hundred percent a moose

    • MyStories.
      MyStories. 2 months ago +3


    • Todd Gibson
      Todd Gibson 2 months ago +14

      I would bet on 100 Moose hidden in New Zealand before a Bigfoot hunter who has spent 10 hrs in the woods 50 ft from a road and gets a recording and sees a Bigfoot.

    • PRODAt3
      PRODAt3 2 months ago +1

      Dang, I was convinced it was a narwhal instead!

    • sunshinecloudy
      sunshinecloudy 2 months ago +1

      Moose: "Y'all don't know me!"

  • No One Special
    No One Special 2 months ago +731

    Joe Rogan’s go-to response: “Woah.”

    • about29cats
      about29cats 2 months ago +9

      That or he exhales heavily for one breath into the mic

    • Finduzzle
      Finduzzle  2 months ago +6

      Or "But have you seen what GRIZZLY ist capable of?! They will get you If they want! They are faster runners, swimmers and climbers...just imagine this 600pound creature chasing after you like *Insert Joe Rogan bear noises and growling while imitating a running bear*...that would be freaking terrifying!"

    • Joseph Hennelly
      Joseph Hennelly Month ago

      My personal favorite is “MMMM”

  • zsw
    zsw 2 months ago +53

    Grew up in fiordland , grandfather was the first to be legally able to take dogs into the national park to track and hunt these moose and after 3 months didn't see a single one but said he seen plenty of signs that they had been in the area

  • Captain Sensible, Jr.
    Captain Sensible, Jr. 2 months ago +321

    New Zealander here. Both Canadian Moose and Wapiti Deer were released - not 50 years ago - but about 1900 - 120 years ago. They were released into the south west of the South Island , the Fiordland province, which as advertised, is basically an area of sea-fiords, glacial valleys and the mountains between them.
    The Moose photo, I think dates from the 1930s or 1950s. Feel free to correct me about this.

    • Gingi Vitis
      Gingi Vitis 2 months ago +22

      Y'all never actually have native moose right? Coz like no mammals. Coz I was low-key imagining a moose swimming to NZ from Canada out-stubborning the bloody ocean

    • gujwdhufj ijjpo
      gujwdhufj ijjpo 2 months ago +45

      @Gingi Vitis - you’ll find that 90% of New Zealand’s wild life isn’t native at this point.

    • Charlie
      Charlie 2 months ago +26

      @gujwdhufj ijjpo mainly just our birds. The only native mammals are two kinds of bats.

    • gujwdhufj ijjpo
      gujwdhufj ijjpo 2 months ago +12

      @Charlie - yep. Funny part is the New Zealand government will defend many invasive species too due to hunting and fishing tourists. Quite sad really.

    • Charlie
      Charlie 2 months ago +17

      @gujwdhufj ijjpo not true at all, they drop sodium fluoroacetate on everything indiscriminately. There are farms and parks for anglers and hunters.

  • Devin Blair
    Devin Blair 2 months ago +8

    What episode is this?

  • N3rd St0rm
    N3rd St0rm 2 months ago +31

    Now we need a horror movie about a moose taking revenge on a small new Zealand town for hunting them down.

    • Dale Otto
      Dale Otto Month ago

      😂 there's one about sheep. What would you name it

    • Mitchel Kvedar
      Mitchel Kvedar Month ago

      @Dale Otto what’s it called

    • Dale Otto
      Dale Otto Month ago

      @Mitchel Kvedar black sheep

  • Zara Kayn
    Zara Kayn 2 months ago

    Still easier than finding a moose in Red Dead Redemption 2

    SUPPRESED 2 months ago +9

    As a New Zealander, can confirm moose is still here. Ringwraith No.3 in Lord of the Rings was in fact half moose. True story

  • Mikaeel Malik
    Mikaeel Malik 2 months ago

    All they'd need to prove it is an environmental DNA test

  • Dallas More
    Dallas More 2 months ago +416

    As big as they are I've watched a bull Moose take 2-steps into willows and disappear, they blend in that well. Even watching closely with 10/50 binoculars the only thing I saw was when an ear twitched, and for a bit I could make out 1 eyeball. They can be unbelievably elusive.

    • Dflaming 1
      Dflaming 1 2 months ago +13

      Yup even though we have pines that we've cut down and thinned on the acres close to our house for fall and fire safety, ive been outside and you HEAR them brushing on trees, stomping around and snapping branches, but you've gotta move slow and look fast to know which way to leave because they throw on Potter's invisibility cloak or something

    • Andrew Wendling
      Andrew Wendling Month ago +1


    •  21 day ago

      @Andrew Wendling Nice 😂

    MPF_AGUNDIPSHT 2 months ago +2

    Also born in NZ, ive met that old man who's on the moose hunt, im 41 and have heard about this legend for a long time

  • Jesse Williamson
    Jesse Williamson 2 months ago +8

    I ran into this guy in Te Anau, New Zealand who’s famous around town because he allegedly spotted a moose from his helicopter, was in the news and everything. He was convinced, and he had just gotten back from some time working in Canada so he knew exactly what to look for..

  • Lish
    Lish 2 months ago +63

    As a kiwi, didn't know this. They reckon we've got a big black cat in the south island as well. As long as they send them to the south island it's all good 😂

    • Sun Wu Kong
      Sun Wu Kong 2 months ago +2

      Bro it's supposed to be in fiordland, if it is they ain't gonna find it in there

    • Jackson Constable
      Jackson Constable 2 months ago +2

      Probably the same big black cat seen in NSW. Probably crosses the Tasman a bit.

    • RaNd0M
      RaNd0M 2 months ago +3

      the canterbury cat is what you’re thinking of and yes we are still occasionally arguing about weather or not it’s real down here

    • Rachael Quayle
      Rachael Quayle Month ago

      What the???? Really... Is this true? How does/ did it go it's days lonely

    • Jimmy James
      Jimmy James Month ago

      not just just a black cat but a black panther, they are stupid, same people would think that there is a bigfoot roaming around

  • Roderick Rabbitskin
    Roderick Rabbitskin 2 months ago

    Moose are super elusive. I come from a lineage of moose hunters. I believe they are still there.

  • Jrey21
    Jrey21 2 months ago +27

    The last recorded kill of a moose in New Zealand was in the early 1900s

    • Sznakey
      Sznakey 2 months ago +2

      The last kill was in the 1930's. But from what we know, 10 Moose survived the boat ride. 6 cows and 4 bulls but only 2 were shot and killed in Fiordland. At the other location all the Moose were killed. The thing is, is that the one killed in 1930's is the second or possibly third generation of the moose there. The only live 25 years but they may live a bit longer since they don't have any predators there

    • jb.
      jb. 2 months ago +1

      Last photos taken were in 1953 of a cow, bull and calf.

    • Ian Young
      Ian Young Month ago

      @Sznakey 1952, the year before the photos.

  • maz mundie
    maz mundie 2 months ago +11

    I live around the area and rumors have it there is a guy that has a small farm with them and releases them every now and then then goes to the pub to listen to people telling story's about it and everyone thinks the story's are bullshit.

  • Florida Man
    Florida Man 2 months ago

    Imagine it’s just one lonely moose looking for a mate.

  • IdkWhyIm Here
    IdkWhyIm Here 25 days ago

    In a hunting game I play you can actually find a lost moose in New Zealand. It’s a very cool feuture

  • Stephen Vincent
    Stephen Vincent 2 months ago +47

    Is that one picture a Siamese moose? That must be really rare. As stubborn as they are how does he get anywhere?

  • Joel C
    Joel C 2 months ago

    And people don't think the human hybrid Sasquatch can stay illusive for all these years

  • L T
    L T 2 months ago

    They should add more moose and other animals to new Zealand

  • Scott Fraser
    Scott Fraser 2 months ago +62

    You can never kill Canadian calvary 🇨🇦 lmao 🤣

  • Smoking Beetles
    Smoking Beetles 2 months ago

    Nature always finds a way 🦕

  • KrucialKenn
    KrucialKenn 2 months ago +9

    He was one of Joe best guests yet. Super in tune and respectful of the world and spirits around them.

  • ReptilianAsh
    ReptilianAsh 2 months ago

    There's just one legendary animal for you, always has been always will be

  • thegaul*
    thegaul* 2 months ago +1

    He's the greatest guest on jre. Nice to not hear about politics once in a while

  • GargantuanBreadfruit

    Never heard someone using the plural of Moose that confidently

  • NineExists
    NineExists Month ago

    I remember there were these hawaiian birds that went extinct not once but twice, animals know how to hide from humans, if you see one, its because it let you see it.

  • John Baker
    John Baker 2 months ago +5

    The moose were released in Fiordland, terrain like the Norwegian fiords but with thick forest.

  • EyeAm YOUniverse
    EyeAm YOUniverse 2 months ago

    “They must not have grizzly bears there, you know grizzly bears hunt moose right”
    -Joe probably

  • MensaGiraffe
    MensaGiraffe 2 months ago

    "He's found antler shed..."
    Shows deer antlers.

  • TM1Alan
    TM1Alan 2 months ago +3

    Love the Whitetail sheds. How long does it take a deer to turn into a moose?

    • TheWyit
      TheWyit Month ago

      The person who uploaded the short added that, not the people who made the podcast lol

    • owen jongekrijg
      owen jongekrijg Month ago

      Well that depends, if the deer was born a moose, once it was born, if it was born some other kind of deer, never

  • satoshiketchump
    satoshiketchump Month ago

    I love how they show a megaloceros in the first few seconds. An animal that is not a moose.

  • Axim O
    Axim O 2 months ago

    Forrest Galante is one of the most interesting people on the planet. I love this guy. I'd give it all up to travel with him and search for extinct animals.

  • ya boy coconut head
    ya boy coconut head 2 months ago

    Sounds like me trying to find a perfect moose in rdr2

  • Alberto R.
    Alberto R. 2 months ago +5

    Joe said I'm going hunting in new Zealand lol

    • ItzDazaman
      ItzDazaman 2 months ago

      He's already been here and hunted the same territory where you might be able to find them. It's in the series "Meat eater" I believe. I think they were hunting our red stags?

  • Mal Hap
    Mal Hap 2 months ago

    Probably true, my country is very secretive when it comes to rare things, we tend to keep them to ourselves

  • Daniel Thomas
    Daniel Thomas Month ago +1

    My country New Zealand, I love it.

  • timmy chang
    timmy chang Month ago

    Not just moose, any creature that lives in the wild will blend into their environment pretty well. 😊

  • fluzzles
    fluzzles 2 months ago +8

    That "woeh" at the end made me wheeze lmao

  • New Kanye Fan
    New Kanye Fan Month ago +1

    "They found sheds"
    *editor shows deer antlers*

  • Shaun Flowers
    Shaun Flowers Month ago +1

    The moose is the new Bigfoot in New Zealand.

  • Butcher
    Butcher 2 months ago +10

    Also known as the Eurasian Elk from the genus Alces alces.They are a member of the deer family. Very tasty!

    • Spingebill
      Spingebill 2 months ago +1

      They make good burgers, really juicy if cooked right.

  • Jingxuan Zheng
    Jingxuan Zheng Month ago

    Next step should be to introduce Siberian tiger into Alaska...

  • dave ogilvie
    dave ogilvie 2 months ago +1

    And people wonder how the sasquatch can blend in the mountains??

  • thatdogsaliar Marek
    thatdogsaliar Marek 2 months ago +20

    The moose sheds are whitetail sheds. They should tell that guy that’s still searching.

    • gujwdhufj ijjpo
      gujwdhufj ijjpo 2 months ago +14

      I don’t think that’s a picture of the sheds he found. The person who made this video probably typed “antler shed” into google and used the first picture.

  • Citizen Schmitizen
    Citizen Schmitizen 2 months ago

    I want to see elite Canadian commandos riding warrior moose.

  • Rodneytheproducer1986
    Rodneytheproducer1986 2 months ago

    They are the new National hide-and-seek Champs beating out Bigfoot and Nessie the Loch Ness Monster😂

  • Crow Dewinter
    Crow Dewinter 2 months ago +3

    there’s also supposedly a panther that lives in the port hills of christchurch in new zealand! tbh i believe it. i’ve been up there in the dark many times since i live close by, felt like i was being watched multiple times.

    • Jesse D
      Jesse D Month ago

      it was probly demons, you need to pray jesus now

    • Crow Dewinter
      Crow Dewinter Month ago

      @Jesse D i’m not christian if i prayed to my god he’s probably multiply the panthers cuz he’d think it’d be funny

    • Jesse D
      Jesse D Month ago

      @Crow Dewinter You do black magic ?

  • juicebussin
    juicebussin 2 months ago

    That's like the 50 year version of Homer hiding in a bush.

  • BeRkStAh
    BeRkStAh 2 months ago +1

    Coming from a New Zealander, it's pronounced 'Meeses'

    • Lisa S
      Lisa S Month ago


  • Jack Robinson
    Jack Robinson 2 months ago +51

    Another theory going around atm that I hope is true is that Tasmanian tigers aren’t actually extinct. I love them, they look so ancient like a paleo artist had created them.

    • Tau_Aquila
      Tau_Aquila 2 months ago +8

      Going around? Dude you are like 30 years late to that party

    • Niks
      Niks 2 months ago +1

      ​@Tau_Aquilathis dude so late lol i got one in my backyard since 2019

    • Tau_Aquila
      Tau_Aquila 2 months ago +1

      @Niks I'm sure you do bub

    • Tau_Aquila
      Tau_Aquila 2 months ago

      @luvan bruh it's been "going around" for 30 years or more

  • Marzits Windhelm
    Marzits Windhelm Month ago

    Those moose be living in Middle Earth rn

  • SteelOverseer -
    SteelOverseer - 2 months ago

    That "whoa" from joe at the end... encapsulates his entire character.

  • ThoseArentPillows
    ThoseArentPillows 2 months ago

    Yet he dismisses Bigfoot like it’s joke. And yes, moose and Bigfoot are not the same thing.

  • bfboobie
    bfboobie 2 months ago +5

    If that's the photo, the black and white one, it's definitely a moose lol

  • Adam Stoddard
    Adam Stoddard 2 months ago

    I hope the moose find each other, and we don’t find them

  • Ian-Paul Benson
    Ian-Paul Benson 2 months ago

    Me wishing they’d do this with Lynx and Wolves in the UK

  • Valentin Heredia
    Valentin Heredia 2 months ago +3

    Legendary pokemon

  • Ronald Weed
    Ronald Weed 2 months ago

    Moose is making a return in Eastern Washington State. Around Fish Lake area,but small compared to Montana Moose

  • Gary Lee
    Gary Lee 2 months ago

    Take a look at the antlers on the NZ moose. They look like they have cross bred with the NZ Elk .

  • Billy Yank
    Billy Yank 2 months ago +18

    Lol I've seen big foot photos more clear than that moose lol.

  • What am I?
    What am I? 2 months ago

    You should always be aware of the ninja moose

  • Bruce Bramlett
    Bruce Bramlett 2 months ago +1

    The sheds pictured are not moose antlers.

  • Dead Coins
    Dead Coins 2 months ago +11

    I remember seeing camels in southern Arizona in the 1980s. Locals said the military dumped them off after world War 2

    • Disabled-Megatron
      Disabled-Megatron 2 months ago

      From the African campaign

    • RyanGShooter _
      RyanGShooter _ 2 months ago +2

      The US Army released camels in the south west in the 1850's they tried to establish a wild population to use as mounts in the desert.

    • just a guy◕‿◕
      just a guy◕‿◕ 2 months ago

      ​@RyanGShooter _ now the question is are those camels still around.

    • Dead Coins
      Dead Coins 2 months ago +2

      @just a guy◕‿◕ I seen some in 1989 in the southwest area of Arizona.

  • Stanley Richard Funk
    Stanley Richard Funk 2 months ago

    Awesome story!

  • spinoboi96
    spinoboi96 Month ago

    As stated in Jurassic park: life, finds a way

  • himmelsturmerIX
    himmelsturmerIX 2 months ago +3

    They took my dried fruit snack when i go to nz. How the hell they manage to snuck in mooses.

  • That Freedom Guy
    That Freedom Guy Month ago

    I've heard Moa (giant kiwis) still runs around the fiords of the south island.

  • quiscon
    quiscon 2 months ago

    got to make sure they actually go extinct

  • Josh Bradford
    Josh Bradford 2 months ago +5

    Damn I love when my beautiful country is represented.

    • Shawn Willis
      Shawn Willis 2 months ago +1


    • Josh Bradford
      Josh Bradford 2 months ago

      @Shawn Willis is that tour beautiful country/region

    • Todd Gibson
      Todd Gibson 2 months ago

      Likely the most beautifulist of all. New Zealand 🇳🇿 is an amazing country, people included. But, yes AK is more badasser than anywhere. God bless New Zealand

  • John Laub
    John Laub Month ago

    That's where you can find the rare two-headed moose.

  • Dino31
    Dino31 2 months ago

    He sounds like a classic surfer whenever he says “whoa”

  • Spekz
    Spekz 2 months ago +3

    Gotta talk to my dad about this, we're from the south island and he used to hunt deer etc knowing hime he'll have a story..

  • Is a Shepherd
    Is a Shepherd Month ago +1

    they released them in fiordland around Te Anau and Manapouri heaps of hunters talk about it down here in Southland

  • Wit W
    Wit W 2 months ago

    I truly thought a group of mooses was ‘meese’ (in plural form, not defining it as a singular ‘group’) & not simply ‘moose’ as the word for meese. 😂

  • Whocaressss
    Whocaressss 2 months ago +111

    This is the same guy that said leopards were bigger than jaguars and he is a biologist lol

    • Truth seeker
      Truth seeker 2 months ago +17

      Also having speant a lot of time in africa and supposedly being familiar with the wildlife didnt know why quagga was called so when it is quite literally the noise a zebra makes

    • I am the one
      I am the one 2 months ago +18

      People have suprising blindspots.

    • Dylan Beard
      Dylan Beard 2 months ago +21

      He’s corrected that before

    • Disabled-Megatron
      Disabled-Megatron 2 months ago +35

      @Dylan Beard if somebody on the internet can point out one mistake than they feel better about themselves

    • hey daddy
      hey daddy 2 months ago +11

      But he is right tho an adult leopard is way larger than juvenile jaguars

  • James Kline
    James Kline 2 months ago +3

    a fifty-year-old moose.. wow. that explains him shedding deer antlers

  • Steve Bailey
    Steve Bailey 2 months ago

    Imagine hearing there’s only 10 moose and the first thing you want to do is eradicate them. People are idiots

  • Julian Herrera
    Julian Herrera 2 months ago

    The plural form of moose is meese. Your welcome.

  • Eyalida
    Eyalida 2 months ago

    Joe Rogan be like: Still it’s not a Grizzly bear

  • Rennallas Feet
    Rennallas Feet 2 months ago

    You'll never believe how big they are until you see one with your own eyes they also spend most their time in swamps

  • jones jones
    jones jones 2 months ago +14

    "Look at moose goosers ain't they recluse?
    Up in them woods justa goosin' them moose.
    Goosin' them big moose. Goosin' them tiny.
    Goosin' them mooses all in they hiney." - Mason Williams

    CHADSGALAXYS 2 months ago

    When Rogan does his aussie surfer impression at the end! 😂

  • RoSe_CiTy-86O
    RoSe_CiTy-86O 2 months ago +1

    New Zealand is so weird and fascinating to me. I would of never had thought they had a moose population. I think it’s because of its location that I kinda just imagined it as like Australia, even though I know that’s completely wrong and they’re two different ecosystems. Funny how the brain wants to make up its own conclusions lol 😂

  • Mark Coop
    Mark Coop 2 months ago +4

    If you're going to talk about moose and sheds why do you show me a picture of deer antlers

    • Slats Grobneck
      Slats Grobneck 2 months ago

      staged elk antlers

    • Sweet Kiwipie
      Sweet Kiwipie 2 months ago

      ​@Slats Grobneck red stug antlers definitely not elk antlers similar they probably are the closes in the deer family when it comes to size and antlers

  • Jesse Grove
    Jesse Grove 2 months ago +1

    Is no one talking about the 2 headed moose in the beginning?!

  • Blue Eyes White Dragon
    Blue Eyes White Dragon 2 months ago +2

    The antler sheds in the photo were of deer, not moose.

  • Jaret Delarosa
    Jaret Delarosa 2 months ago +3

    There’s a moose loose aboot the hoose

  • Destiny Punch
    Destiny Punch 2 months ago

    The woods/wild is an healing place most of my healing was done near water

  • That Guy Dave
    That Guy Dave 2 months ago

    I don’t think I’ve ever heard the words moose and elusive in the same sentence 😂

  • Emanuel Baba Yaga Ortiz
    Emanuel Baba Yaga Ortiz 2 months ago +4

    North America would like its moose’s back

  • Caleb Brockway
    Caleb Brockway 2 months ago

    The video game, Hunter Call of the Wild has a New Zealand map and you have to find a moose that is the last of its kind. Probably based of this

  • Autistic Al
    Autistic Al 2 months ago +1

    Fun Fact: The plural of moose is meese

  • Philippine ball
    Philippine ball 2 months ago

    To increase the moose population of new zealand is bring more moose

  • Tyrone Biggums
    Tyrone Biggums 2 months ago

    Wow I live in NZ never knew about this, im gonna go help that guy.