Who would win a fight a bull moose or a tiger?
It really could all depend on what kind of tiger, but I would initially say tiger. A tiger and a bull moose are both really awesome and strong but ultimately- Tiger.
It is possible, but the moose is more likely to win. A bull moose on the rut could knock out a siberian tiger by slicing it to death with its sharp antlers and hooves. A siberian tiger would avoid any animal that can fight back, like a black bear or a moose.
The kodiak bear may win the fight with serious wounds from the bull moose.
A bull will win because mooses are weak very weak
A single tiger could not kill an attacking bull because the bull has a stronger body, sharp horns, and quite a bit of aggression. The tiger would try to claw or swat the bull, but the bull would get more angry and try harder to gore it to death. If a bull and a tiger were to fight, the bull would win.
The elephant would win against the bull moose on the rut very easily by trampling or crushing the moose. A bull elephant on the rut is far more powerful than a whole group of bull moose on the rut. Even if the bull moose hit the elephant with its antlers, the elephant has thick skin to protect itself from injuries. One crush or stomp of the bull elephant is enough to kill a moose.
a mountain lion of coarse
That all depends on the sex, age, reproductive and health status of the moose, and the age, health of the bull as well as whether he's got horns or not. If the bull has no horns and the bull moose does (as a result of being involved in the rutting season), then the moose would win. Cow moose with calves versus polled bull, cow moose may win by driving off the bull with her flailing… Read More
Bull moose if it is on the rut and is about to attack. Otherwise, the lion because of its great fighting skills and experience only if it avoided the antlers.
The bull would charge and gore the tiger to death with its sharp, long horns, while the bear would swipe the lion to death with its powerful claws. As the bull and the bear remain off in the fight, the bull would win if it gored the bear. The bear can also win if it swiped and swat the bull to death. In this case, there are no winners or losers. Another Answer It normally… Read More
A Siberian tiger, if it is able to strike at the right spot (a leap on the back with a bite to the back of the neck), can easily kill and make a meal out of a moose. In a full-on fight though, a Siberian tiger would have to be very careful of those front hooves. A moose can cause a lot of damage when they're using those sharp hooves with its hind end protected… Read More
A crocodile and a bull moose would never meet in the wild, but even if they did fight, either may win. A saltwater crocodile would beat a bull moose in water because of its 2000 pounded weight, sharp tough skin, and enormous size with the jaws. If they fought on land, the bull moose could trample the saltwater crocodile to death, but the saltwater crocodile might be too heavy and too big for the bull… Read More
could go either way but probably tiger cause it was bigger.
The moose, especially if the moose is a bull moose on the rut, would knock out the two men easily if the two men do not run away fast. Moose are standing quite taller than a human and can even send a grizzly bear flying. Even if the two men had knives or clubs, the moose (if the moose was a bull moose) would gore the two men with its large antlers to death and… Read More
The question depends on the quantity and strength of the wolves, and the strength and health of the bull moose. Usually, a pack of wolves (5 or more wolves) would attack and kill a young moose or an injured moose that is too weak to fight any longer. Wolves always look for weak animals for them to kill, like an injured moose. Even if the wolves attack a healthy, strong moose, the wolves would win… Read More
No. Tigers and moose live in two entirely different continents, and would never EVER meet. However, if they DID meet, only a really angry bull moose would be able to kill a tiger, or maim it seriously enough that it would die of its injuries. But in normal circumstances of predator hunting prey, a tiger would easily bring down a moose by leaping onto its back and breaking the moose's neck with its powerful jaws… Read More
A brown bear could kill a cow moose, but not really a bull moose. If a large brown bear happened to attack a bull moose on the rut, the large brown bear would get itself mauled by the rutting bull moose. The large brown bear would be able to injure a rutting bull moose if it was very angry.
Tiger or lion, possibly. For herbivore, possibly a moose or a bull.
No bear would dare mess with, let alone kill a bull moose on the rut.
It is possible, but the bull is more likely to win the fight because of its weight and size over the siberian tiger.
A bull might win because it has those long sets of sharp horns, deadly hooves, and tough armor skin for protecting against injuries from the tiger's claws and teeth. If the tiger leaped on the back of the bull, the bull would get pissed, and thus it would jump violently to shake the tiger off. Even though the tiger has claws and teeth, the bull's massive rage would knock down a tiger with its head… Read More
Depends on the breed of the bull in respect to the moose, as well as the sex of the moose. A Chianina bull is stronger than a moose, no doubt, but a Miniature Angus bull often is not. Since bull moose typically are stronger then moose cows, the comparisons mentioned previously could be made between bull bovine and bull moose.
A bull's charge and weight will knock down a tiger fast, but tigers have been known to kill animals larger than its size. The bull's horns can beat a tiger if the tiger got hit by it, while tiger's bite on the throat can kill a bull.
Maybe, but the bull moose might get badly injured if it did. Bull moose and polar bears never meet, but even if they did, the polar bear would win. It is possible for the bull moose to kill the polar bear since the bull moose has those powerful antlers and strong enough hooves that could seriously injure the polar bear. But a polar bear is more likely to win the fight because it is big… Read More
Yes. Bull moose or cow moose can kill a wolf with their hooves or antlers(only for bull moose).
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The proper term is "cow moose," just like the term "bull" in used for male moose as "bull moose."
Possibly, yes: however the bear is more likely get injured than killed if he took on such a beast, simply because he would rather live than do a stupid thing like fight such a large bull moose to the death. A mature bull moose's antlers are like daggers, and an angry bull moose that has a bone to pick with a bear that won't get out of its way will most likely get injured or… Read More
Both breeds will not fight a bull. They would only chace them.
Both bison and bull moose are aggressive animals when faced with an enemy or another grass-eating animal that shouldn't be around where they are. Bison are shorter to the ground and have a more powerful build than a moose, and moose are higher off the ground with those long-spindly legs. However, those spindly legs have sharp hooves on them that can be an added advantage against any foe. The thing to remember is that it… Read More
Yes, a bull moose could kill a grizzly bear. Bull moose on rut can kill anything that gets in its way, even a grizzly bear that is about to attack it in a manner than is very devastating. They have huge antlers that are sharper than daggers, and can be big enough to kill a grizzly bear in a single hit or two. Rutting bull moose have powerful hooves, a weight advantage, and those two… Read More
Moose. Everybody would think that the gorilla would win, but those sort of people have never seen or heard of stories of how moose can fight and defend themselves. A cow that is protecting her calf or calves or a bull on the rut is far more dangerous to a gorilla than most people think. Moose have their long legs and sharp hooves that they can use to strike out and rip the gorilla to… Read More
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Yes, a bull elephant can easily kill a moose.
The largest bull moose ever shot was killed by a bow-hunter in Alaska. It was estimated to have weighed to be near 2000 lbs. The usual bull moose would weigh about 1600 lbs to 1800 lbs.
Bull moose are usually a few hundred pounds heavier than cows are.
They could, but do not usually fight with other predators.
a male moose is known as a bull
Yes. A bull moose could even kill a grizzly bear.
It's hard to say. In the natural world, moose and polar bears live in two different biomes, which means they have a nigh to impossible chance of fighting each other. But if, in the creative minds of us humans, this fight was to occur, it is highly likely that the polar bear would be the winner.
The bull moose is easy to distinguish. The male moose (or bull moose) has antlers, while the female does not. Most moose live in Canada. They tend to live in forests in very cold climates. Their mating season is fall, so keep an eye out!
No, the male moose (bull) does not stay with the female moose (cow)
Bull Moose Jackson's birth name is Benjamin Joseph Jackson.
When a reporter asked Roosevelt how he felt, he replied, "I feel as strong as a bull moose!"
No,A bull moose is the only moose that can kill a Bobcat.
A male moose is called a bull
Possibly, but in a natural world, a tiger would normally leave an animal alone that is capable of defending itself against it. A healthy bull defending his herd will most likely kill or maim the tiger before the tiger gets the chance to kill the bull.
to go and see a bull fight i would go to Spain I think both Spain and Portugal
One attacking grizzly bear is enough to kill a moose, but those large set of antlers are good at killing a bear. The moose would do whatever to fight off the grizzly bear with antlers, hooves, and muscles on the head to fight. But since grizzly bears are so large and have deadly claws, the moose would suffer fatal injuries on its head and the antlers as well. A powerful swipe of a grizzly bear's… Read More
Moose and crocodiles do not meet each other, but if they did, it might. Yes, if the bull moose is fighting the crocodile on land and the crocodile is not that large.
It is possible, but of course this depends on the size, age and sex of the moose and the bear, and the species of the bear. A bull moose has strong, large antlers and long sharp hooves (cows only have their hooves to defend themselves with) that could do serious damage to the bear. Most bears, no matter the species, won't mess with an animal that can fight back, especially a moose. However, a bear… Read More