A hundred years ago the Scandinavian moose – the largest hoofed mammal in Europe – was almost extinct. Today, due to effective moose management, the population nearly exceeds half a million, even though nearly 120,000 are killed during the annual hunt. So the moose population is regarded as “man-made”.
However, this human success has brought problems for people and moose alike. This fascinating film features not only the natural history of an extraordinary animal, but also its recent unnatural history.
Directed by: Bo Landin & Henrik Ekman
» Selected for showing at the Festival International Du Film de la Faune Sauvage/ Lamotte-Beuvron, France, 1995.