Moose are the least social species among cervids, remaining fairly solitary except during the mating season. They are not territorial. Outside of the rutting period, males and females are sexually segregated: males and females are separated spatially, temporally, and/or by habitat. In the tundra moose in Alaska form harems and taiga moose form transient pair bonds. In the harem mating system, the largest, most dominant male attempts to herd a group of females together, which he defends from all other males.
They are called herds
No moose do not travel in herds...caribou do. Wheel of Fortune had a puzzle whose answer was 'herd of moose'...wrong wrong wrong.....
Bison groups are called "herds".
They live in groups, called herds.
Yes, Clydesdale horses live in groups called herds.
No, Moose herds are not dominated by one female they are more of a group animal that travel together for protection not by a hierarchy.
They live in groups called herds.
They travel in herds.
Groups of kangaroos are called troops, or mobs, or herds.
Usually in groups called herds
No, elephants live in groups called herds.
Groups of indians who followed herds of buffalo were
First off herds and groups are the same thing. Gray wolves live in groups/herds in numbers 2-20.
Some types of animals travel in groups called herds. A teacher may divide students into groups. Eggs can come in a group of 12. This is called a dozen.
Manatees often swim alone, but it is not uncommon for them to form groups, especially when seeking areas of warm water. Groups of manatees are called aggregations or herds.
Groups of ostriches are called herds or flocks. Ostriches generally wander around in groups of five or less, they are considered nomadic.
Stag is another term for a male deer or group of male deer. There is also a group of extinct moose called "Stag-Moose".
some are solitary but most travel in groups called herds
Yes Asian elephants live in groups called herds
Moose typically inhabit boreal and mixed deciduous forests of the Northern Hemisphere in temperate to subarctic climates. Moose are solitary animals and so not form herds.
Moose are primarily solitary animals. The only groups you'd see of moose is of a cow with one or more of her calves.
Generally, herbavourous animal groups are referred to as herds, so Protoceratops lived in small herds.