WATCH: Man tries to release moose into the wild, then moose wildly attacks him

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Wes Livingston, an animal trapper from Maine, was just trying to release a moose back into the wild. That moose was anything but grateful and Livingston, who was wearing a camera, caught it all on video.

As Livingston releases the ties around the animals legs, he says “go on little girl.”

The moose then turns around and charges, knocking him to the ground and then retreats.

“Oh, you’re a mean little girl,” he says while on his back. She clearly didn’t take kindly to that, as the moose then comes back and gives Livingston another beating.

via Metro

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