A MOOSE BROKE into a SCHOOL

A MOOSE BROKE into a School in Canada and surprised everyone present. Fortunately, the students who were present at the time were not injured. The moose was left bewildered in the middle of the classroom. As a result of the blow against the glass, he was injured.

A MOOSE BROKE into a SCHOOL

Pre-school students at Sylvia Fedoruk Public School in Saskatoon (Canada) were in for a big scare when they saw a large animal unexpectedly interrupt their class. A moose crashed through a window and ended up in the middle of the classroom. Everything was recorded in a viral photograph.

Luckily, 14 kids who were there at the time were not injured and were escorted out of the classroom. "We're still in shock," recounted Veronica Baker, spokeswoman for Saskatoon Public Schools. Broadcaster 92.9 The Bull reported that the animal was left inside the classroom, as it ended up injured by the glass. A PIGEON ENTERED a SCHOOL.

Steve Dobko, a conservation officer with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, reported that the moose, nearly 2 years old and weighing about 350 kilograms, was around its natural habitat but apparently "took a wrong turn and ended up at the school."

After invading the preschool classroom, nature conservationists arrived shortly thereafter to tranquilize and cure the moose, before it was released into the wild.

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