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There plenty of road signs around the world that amuse and motorists. The latest to smiles and possibly a sense of bewilderment are in Canada. Transport authorities in the town of Jasper, Alberta have electronic signs to drivers not to let moose lick their cars. Moose are the largest and heaviest members of the deer family and are native to Canada. They a frequent sight on Canadian roads, but an addiction to salt has them to sate their need by licking cars. Vehicles are with road salt that has been sprinkled on the road to help melt snow. It is common to moose licking salt on the roads, but they have now a preference for licking it off cars.

A Jasper National Park spokesperson why the salt licking was a problem. He that the moose's addiction is an increasing problem and could fatal. He said: "This behaviour started as an occasional issue a few years ago and now is too common. People are far too close, and it's by the moose's obsession with salt." A tour operator said: "I to say it, but this road salt is kind of like a drug for the moose." The salt habit additional dangers for the moose. Cars are invariably with a whole host of harmful chemicals. In addition, moose are vulnerable to pneumonia. Licking car surfaces could the risk of spreading disease.

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