When was the last time you had a VERY LARGE cow moose casually come over to see "What's up?"

Don't you love today's technology? Back in the day, when you were tipping back some beers at your local bar, you could get away with telling a whopper of a story ( trying your best to impress everyone that would listen ), and with every drink, the more exaggerating you became - heck, in reality, the small squirrel that came out of the bushes causing you to scream bloody murder was actually an 880-pound cow moose in your "tale of terror" - Now in today's world we have cell phones with high tech cameras on them - just ask Breann Zietz.

Just outside Minot, North Dakota about a week ago, a hunter had a surprise visit drop by

Imagine being out there minding your own hunting business when you are paid a visit. According to kfyrtv.com "Breann Zietz said she was hunting southwest of Minot on Sept. 21 when a “curious cow moose” approached her ground blind. Zietz remained calm and filmed the roughly two-minute encounter on her phone, in a video she shared on Facebook that’s gone viral" This video certainly has taken off, landing on YouTube - The part that gets me the most is you can actually just Breann standing there, as still as she can, while this huge animal pokes its nose inside, literally inches away from where the hunter stood, and you can hear the moose breathing away. Now when she is reliving this story for all to hear, she actually has video proof.

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