The moose, as a member of the deer family, is the largest species in Canada and North America in general. A full grown moose can weight up to 1,800 lbs, stand 8 feet tall, and reach a length of about 6 feet. The elk is the second largest, weighing an average of 1,300 lbs.
The largest species of deer is the moose. Moose can be found pretty much all over Canada.
The biggest living member of the deer family in Canada is the moose (weighing about 800 kg); the smallest is the Andean Pudu (weighing about 10 kg).
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