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    His britchen is sitting a little high on the rear of that animal! If that critter gets a fly on his shoulder wouldn't want to be near his front end when he swings his head to get that fly! Wonder how he pulls? A horse pulls from his rear legs much like a two wheel drive truck. A mule pulls from all four legs like a four wheel drive truck. I don't know about a moose? Great photo!!
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    Great pic, Ken.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    ...Wonder how he pulls? A horse pulls from his rear legs much like a two wheel drive truck. A mule pulls from all four legs like a four wheel drive truck. I don't know about a moose? Great photo!!
    This moose is pulling only one leg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Great pic, Ken.



    This moose is pulling only one leg.

    it's amazing how real it looks
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    You know, I am not one much for this new fangled technology. But I have seen some weird things, guys using bulls, I saw a guy ride a buffalo out of a starting gate against an excellent QH and won!! Beat the horse at his own game so to speak. Seen guys and gals ride cattle with saddles, have seen a pair of zedonks harnessed. If this is a photo shop, they knew their harness cause the brow band is above the horns and not thru those big buggers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Great pic, Ken.



    This moose is pulling only one leg.



    & Jonathan...you farmers/ranchers have all the fun
    BTW...Thanks for the lesson on horse/mule power, something I did not know

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    There is some leg pullin' going on........

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    Definitely looks shopped although a good job it could also be a low mp digital camera as well, they werent that great at showing depth which this picture lacks and that would show the same "cut and paste" look.

    Given that the northern folks have been raising reindeer for millenia and using them to pull sleds and other devices this certainly isnt beyone the realm of possibility...
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    Rich....check the mirrored-image log pile....the leafy branch etc.....
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    ahh now I see it. I was looking at the "border" around the moose. My wife has an older digital camera that the photos come out very much the same. Everything is layered and there is a distinct line around each just like you see around the moose so I am used to seeing that.
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