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BMW Takes Out Moose on Swedish Highway

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Now you know why the Swedish Moose Test exists.

Moose are a bit of a nuisance in Sweden. Some studies suggest around 20 percent of all car accidents in the Nordic country involve the solitary animal, which is why the Swedish Moose Test was created and why locals are encouraged to hunt them down whenever they have a bloodlust craving. This video of a flying moose shows just how dangerous it can be driving around Scandinavia. The impact between BMW and beast sends the moose hurtling into the air, shattering the car’s windshield.

While no harm was done to the occupants, the moose landed on the other side of the road and was killed by an oncoming car. Animal lovers may want to look away now. Hat tip to Nina!

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