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Elk Rescue In Estonia

Posted on June 3, 2010 by team


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It will remain a mystery why this Estonian elk decided to bathe. But it couldn’t come out of the water itself and needed some help of rescuers.

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42 Responses to “Elk Rescue In Estonia”

  1. Eh.. says:

    For your information, the elk was not killed — it was tranquilized and later released.

    • Ivana Benderova says:

      I don’t understand the favoritism taking place here. If that was Elk or Freemason or Shriner, they would have shot them right away. Bigots!

  2. whodareswins says:

    Second

  3. Zondernaam says:

    Thurred.

  4. perristalsis says:

    Hmmm, there’s Elk stew, Elk pie, Elk roast, Elk…

  5. Jeff Davis says:

    Ooops, it’s a moose, not an elk!

  6. They should have let MOOSE drown! Now where is Flying Squirrel? I prefer cajun moose myself.

  7. mad1982 says:

    nice done

  8. Testicules says:

    I can’t believe they wasted time and money on this. They should have just shot and ate him. Darwinism is best served as barbequed elk.

  9. SS says:

    Estonia is a nice country :)

  10. FAOghost says:

    Those Nazi Estonians killed poor defenceless animal.

  11. jed118 says:

    lol, did it deflate one of their craft?

  12. Jason says:

    anyways…how is estonia related to russia? neighbors? well usa (alaska) is also a neighbor to russia. moreover – alaska belonged to russia til 19th century so why not publish american/alaskan pictures too?

  13. matu says:

    Elks are coming to town in every spring, this time they have babies and older elks are separating from their parents, searching for suitable living place around. So they got to city and get confused. Many die of heart failures while people try to rescue them. They are really good at swimming too, will swim distances like 20 km for sure. Just this time it happened near harbor of passenger ships (to Helsinki and Stockholm). This elk probably had already swimed like 5 km because there is no woods more near to central harbor.

  14. YJ says:

    Bored police and firemen got nothing to do.

  15. OLUT says:

    He was trying to escape to Finland? :D

  16. cockatrice says:

    Gosh, Bullwinkle went Russian, what oh what ever will we do to protect ourselves from Pottsylvania now?

  17. dlund says:

    Moose out front should have told you.

  18. kevin says:

    we call that a moose in canada,,,lol

  19. trololololo says:

    russia estonia elbonia, no big deal..3rd world

    • six-string samurai says:

      what’s elbonia?

    • one says:

      american trying to understand map of the world?

      • marwin says:

        it was meant in answer to your comment. well, once again plus what was left out:
        :) spot on. he tries to, alas, it matters not how hard he tries, he’ll never succeed because he lacks a tiny little thing called … no,no, not willy (it’s tiny anyway), it’s called brain.

  20. Natasha says:

    Glad they rescued it, at least. Although moose are known to be strong swimmers.

  21. Matt Rutherford says:

    Poles…Ukrainians…Russians…Estonians they are ALL the same.

  22. Fifield says:

    it is a moose female or juvenile one.

  23. George Semel says:

    Well in that part of the world, an Elk is a Moose, Our Elk are just extra large Red Deer if you will. Looks like a young cow. Even here in Connecticut where I live in the US we have a growing population of Eastern Canadian Moose right now about 200, in about another 20 years or so we will be able to hunt moose. They are common in most places where found. The hunt a lot for them in Sweden Norway Finland, And Russia. Moose are Food.

  24. Pacific NW says:

    My uncle used to make tobacco pouchs from elk ball sacks.

  25. Raido says:

    Estonia is an independent country. Estonia is not Russia for God´s sake.

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