The moose is the largest animal in the deer family. It’s closest relatives are deer (animals in the family classification cervidae).
The moose, or referred to as the elk in Europe, belongs to the deer family. It is the largest member of the family. Moose are distinguished by the large antlers of the males, other members of the deer family have antlers that are “twig-like.” American elk, interestingly, were named after the closely related elk in Europe because they thought they looked more similar.
Moose are the largest member of the deer family, and are most closely related to European elks (pictured below) and red-tailed deer.
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