WATCH: Unlucky Snowmobiler Meets Outraged Moose
This time we can't blame the human.
He was just snowmobiling.
Who can blame him? There's been so much of the white stuff this year.
Looks to me like that moose just doesn't like people in his forest.
Then again, if you see a moose out in the wild, don't stop.
That's the mistake I think these riders made.
Just point it out and keep going.
Maybe even slowing down is not such a good idea.
The rider tries to drive off at the last moment but doesn't make it.
The rider is okay.
The moose tripped over the machine.
The driver is knocked down.
Now the machine is stuck, pushed down deeper into the snow.
The driver got the machine out.
It runs but it has a few dents.
So, if you see a moose in the wild, point it out, but keep going.
But what if the moose is in front of you and he turns?
In this case, the riders were not chasing the moose.
They were just following behind it.
The ridder that was attacked said that, at times, he comes up behind moose and they just run in front of him for a while then they get off the trail.
But this time, this one decided to turn and fight.
I wasn't stalking you, I swear.
What if you're in your own backyard, minding your own business, and a moose comes up behind you?
This man in Alaska was by his shed and so was able to just go inside and shut the door.
In this case, I'm not sure if the moose was going to attack.
He looked like he just wanted to say hello and maybe get a free snack.
The man waited for a while until he was sure the moose was gone, then went back to his house.