Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada: Mac, the World's Largest Moose
Towers 32 feet tall. An especially impressive sight given that everything around it is flat.
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Mac, the World's Largest Moose
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A big moose created from 10 tons of concrete and steel. Recently refurbished and moved.
[Greg Melle / Notsorry.com, 09/24/2008]
Mac the Moose
Mac the Moose is the World's Largest Moose Statue, made of metal piping, mesh and cement. It is about 32 feet tall and weighs about 10 tons. It was completed in May 1984.
Recently, Mac the Moose's jaw fell off, and it now sits in the visitor's center, where t-shirts are being sold to raise money to replace it again.
[David Sumoflam Kravetz, 09/19/2007]
There is a cool moose statue in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, along the Trans-Canada highway in the southern part of the province. It is made of concrete over a metal frame, I believe, and the local folks have named it Mac. It is a rather homely statue, but a welcome break from the monotony of the plains.
[Fred Oliver, 08/22/1998]
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