Two reasons for this post:
1) Father-and-son scientific duo George and Peter Bubenik found that moose antlers act as amplifier:
Scientists have discovered that those cool, gnarly things that look so fabulous perched atop the furry freaks act as amplifiers, allowing Mr Moose to be able to hear things up to 2 miles away. Added to the animal's already acute hearing—it's to do with its large ears that rotate in almost every direction, apparently—antlers improve the beast's audio capacities by as much as 19 per cent.
2) The best moose pic EVAR!
Here's a neat Gizmodo article by Addy Dugdale: Link