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Moose (Scientific name, Monsterous Cardestroyerous)

You can look at all kinds of pretty pictures of moose taken in the daylight, but knowing what to look for at night can save your life. This one was on route 3 about 4 miles north of Franconia Notch. When you're driving, constantly scan the road and sides of the road for subtle shade differences from the normal background of pavement, trees and rocks.

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If you're lucky you might catch a glimpse of the glow from one or both eyes from 4 to 6 feet up. This one looks white. They can look yellow and sometimes green.

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Here's a shot of the last thing you see before you impact on Bullwinkle. He's about 5 to 10 feet in front of the bumper right now.

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