#MomentofChill 12.01.18: Cooling Off at Lunchtime

We believe in the power of nature to replenish our spirit and restore balance to our lives. That’s why, each day from today through Christmas Day, we will post a “Moment of Chill”—a short video that will transport you to a place where you don’t have to do anything but watch, enjoy, and breathe.

Today’s #momentofchill is from from Todd Moen, of CATCH Magazine, featuring legendary photographer and angler Brian O’Keefe casting in Alaska as a new friend munches nearby.

It is quite common to see a moose standing up to its shoulders in water, especially in summertime. Moose feed on many aquatic plants, and they are excellent swimmers. The water also helps to cool the moose on hot days and keeps the insects at bay. Moose are the only deer that are capable of feeding underwater, and their nose is equipped with fatty pads and muscles that close the nostrils when exposed to water pressure, preventing water from entering the nose.

And if you’re having a rough day and feel the need for some new chill NOW, visit the Moment of Chill homepage.

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