Caucasian Moose (Alces alces caucasicus) is an extinct subspecies of moose that lived in the Caucasus Mountains of Eastern Europe and Asia Minor.

Caucasian Moose illustration

The Caucasian Moose became extinct in the mid-19th century due to over-hunting and habitat loss.

The Caspian Tiger preyed on the Caucasian Moose.


It was a small moose similar to Alces alces cameloides. The head length was 53-54 centimeters.

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