At Parc Omega you will be able to discover the largest member of the deer family, the moose. An adult male is taller than even the largest horses and weighs around 600kg (up to 800kg in the Yukon and Alaska). This animal can be found from Alaska to New England and from Scandinavia to Siberia, in mixed forests and mild to subarctic climates. The span of their antlers can reach up to 1.8 metres. Despite its giant stature, the moose moves around the forest as quietly as a cat.
The moose is a solitary creature however, moose will gather to preserve their heat in the winter. The mating season occurs during the last two weeks of September.
The female will give birth to 1 or 2 fawns between the end of May and beginning of June, after only a few days they can run faster than a human.