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Michelle Nappier reacts Tuesday afternoon as a yearling moose approaches her vehicle's window in Old Town Kenai. The Juneau resident said she and Amber Heath, not pictured, stopped to take pictures of the animal when it walked up to her car. With no fear, it confidently approached other vehicles and acted like it was used to being hand fed. Wildlife officials warn that feeding moose makes them aggressive toward people and usually results in injured humans, dead animals or both.

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Posted: March 28, 2012 - 8:24am
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