Introduction to Algonquin Park Habitats - Moose Activities
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Moose Activities

Probably no animal in Algonquin Park is as photographed as the Park's largest animal, the Moose. A fairly visible animal, the Moose stirs the curiosity of visitors and researchers alike. Over the years, many mysteries surrounding the Moose have been unraveled by research conducted in Algonquin. To further investigate the many fascinating areas of Moose ecology and research by exploring one of the activities below.

It's All In The Teeth
It's All In The Teeth - Deer Jaw Age Key
It's All In The Teeth - Jaw Aging Photos
It's All In The Teeth - Moose Deer Photos
It's All In The Teeth - Work Sheet
It's All In The Teeth - Moose Deer Aging Data Sheet
It's All In The Teeth - Teeth Through The Ages
David and Goliath
David and Goliath - Brainworm Diagram Labelled
David and Goliath - Brainworm Diagram Unlabelled
David and Goliath - Common Parasites of Animals in Algonquin Park
David and Goliath - The Elucidation of the biology of the meningeal worm
David and Goliath - Work Sheet
The Bigger, The Better
The Bigger, The Better - Work Sheet
The Bigger, The Better - Bull Moose Masks
The Bigger, The Better- Cow Moose Mask
Population Census
Moose Population Census
Moose census grid
Moose Population Census - Grid Reference Cards
Moose Population Census - Moose Census Grid
Moose Population Census - Moose Population Census
Family Fued
Family Fued
Grid reference cards


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