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I smell you – and the 20 other photographers!

This guy was definitely taking in the scent of something or someone.

This was the first time I have seen a Moose exhibit this behavior. Called the Flehmen response, many mammals will curl their lips and raise their head, inhaling deeply allowing them to get a better sampling of a particular smell that interests them – kind of like a human taking a big whiff to smell something. You most likely have seen horses do this and I have seen deer, elk and bison do it as well.

Taken this past Sunday in the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, Colorado.

A Moose bull displays the Flehmen response.  (© Tony’s Takes)

A Moose bull displays the Flehmen response. (© Tony’s Takes)

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