Is the moose the tallest in the deer family?



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    Yes, the moose stands on average between 5 and 7 feet, almost a foot taller than the next tallest of the deer family, the elk.

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    The moose is in fact the largest member of the deer family. Specificlly, the Yukon Moose is the largest moose sub species in the world. They can reach up to 7 feet tall at the shoulder and can weigh over 1500 pounds.

    The Shiras Moose is the smallest of the moose family, growing up to just under 6 feet at the shoulder and around 1,000 pounds. The Shiras is still as large as the largest Elk, the next largest member of the deer family.

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