Vermont Moose Gets A Reprieve From Death Pete the Moose is staying put. Vermont officials had ordered the animal off a game preserve near Canada. There was even talk of destroying the moose. People came to big Pete's defense on a website, a Facebook page and at a statehouse rally. Lawmakers decided Pete can stay.
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Vermont Moose Gets A Reprieve From Death

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Vermont Moose Gets A Reprieve From Death

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Pete the Moose is staying put. Vermont officials had ordered the animal off a game preserve near Canada. There was even talk of destroying the moose. People came to big Pete's defense on a website, a Facebook page and at a statehouse rally. Lawmakers decided Pete can stay.

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