What is the largest species of deer in Canada?



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    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.

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    The largest species of deer is the moose.  Moose can be found pretty much all over Canada.

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    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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