Boreal inhabitant is the largest of the deer family. Moose came like a breath of fresh air to the current farm dominant animal emojis. Emoji is used to identify the pan antler, heavy animal “moose,” an icon of northern wildlife spread across 3 continents. Countries like Finland, Canada and Sweden have a substantial elk population. Many fatalities take place each year because of the collision with the animal and several warning system has in place to warn the unsuspecting drivers. Unaware international visitor often finds themselves on the receiving end of moose hostility. Moose emoji can be used over social media to warn others on moose sighting to promote safety. Immediately recognizable moose emoji represent the distinct Northern culture, nature and life like no other symbol. Regional wildlife, in general can be referred to with the icon.
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Note: - If you can't see the emoji, your device may not support Moose emoji but you can still use it on other platforms.
Localized sticker keyboard like Swemoji and Ehmoji already have an emoji for the antler. However, there was no moose emoji on Apple, Facebook, or any other major platform until September 2022. But the much awaited moose emoji will soon be a part of the current emoji lineup and we expect major platforms to add the symbol by the first quarter of 2023.
Moose are not hostile in general, however one should be vigilant about stressed moose. Elk pose a serious safety concern for inattentive drivers on highways as well.
Moose when used in combination with a warning signal, alert the receiver about hazard associated with a moose. While regional flag associates the emoji with national identity, pride and wildlife.
Currently no major platform support the Moose emoji and your device may show a blank space, empty square or a cross. Nonetheless, things may change in near future as new emojis gets added with each upgrade.
Moose will be released in September 2022 under Emoji 15.0, along with 20 other new emojis.
|Spanish||Alces, ciervos, ciervos grandes|
|German||Elche, Hirsche, große Hirsche|
|French||Orignal, Wapiti, Cerf, Grand cerf|
|Russian||Лось, Олень, Большой олень|
|Italian||Alci, cervi, cervi di grandi dimensioni|
|Portuguese||Alces, Veados, Veados Grandes|
|Hexadecimal HTML Entity:||🫎|
|Decimal HTML Entity:||🫎|