THE HABITAT OF ALCES ALCES CAMELOIDES - A REVIEW
Alces alces cameloides inhabit a region of Pleistocene ice-edge with numerous mountains are rivers. Living in a continental and monsoon climate, which covers four climatic zones, cameloides have probably developed morpho-physiological adaptations. The habitat is characterized by a rich flora. However, cameloides was supposed to suffer from malnutrition during both the Pleistocene and in modern time. Cameloides are subjected to predation by tigers, a phenomenon unique to this sub species. It is human activities that have a notable impact on moose. The current knowledge of habitat preference and food habits of cameloides since 1940 are also summarized.
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