Moose! There's a lot of 'em in Newfoundland. Some 120,000, according to the government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
But if you've been following the news, you'll know that there's been a "moose invasion" of St. John's.
It's an all-out war!
Just one problem: Moose wander into the city every spring, and there's no evidence that it's any worse this year.
Here's how a wildlife expert explained the "moose invasion" to when the exact same thing happened in 2014:
"The females give birth to new calves in mid-May, so the calves they had the previous year are kind of parentless," John Blake, director of wildlife for the Department of Environment and Conservation, told CBC.
"So last year's calves, or yearlings, are very much uneducated and kind of looking for their own way in the world, so to speak."
Basically, they're teenagers who just got kicked out of the house and have no clue what they're doing.
Some locals were surprised to learn they'd been invaded.
Although police in St. John's deal with moose quite often, the invading hordes haven't really materialized.
"We're not overrun by moose," Constable Geoffrey Higdon, a media officer for the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, told BuzzFeed Canada.
"There's not an invasion, there's not an increase," he said.
Higdon also suggested the whole thing is probably more of a novelty for people outside of Newfoundland, who aren't used to seeing the large animals roaming their cities.
That doesn't mean cops don't often find themselves in hilarious situations with moose, though. Here's an officer trying to talk down a young one who seemed lost... by doing a moose call.
Ishmael Daro is a social news editor for BuzzFeed and is based in Toronto.
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