MOOSE BEHAVIOR AT SALT LICKS
At a natural salt lick, moose were dominant in relation to marals; they occupied the best sites near the sources. Moose spent from 8 to 48 minutes at the salt lick; certain animals visited the salt lick up to 4 times a day and several times for a number of days. In spring and autumn, moose aggregated at the salt lick in large groups (up to 6 moose and 20 marals). They dispersed among 4 sources.
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