カメラ付きラジコンヘリを雪の中で飛ばしてみた...森の中でめぐり合ったものとは?

ノルウェーの雪中で、ラジコンで操作するヘリコプターにカメラをつけて飛ばした人たちがいました。

このビデオはオスロで映されたもののようです。カメラが映してるのは、あたり一面銀世界。とても美しい景色がずっと続いていきます。

しばらくすると、林の中に一頭の動物が...? どうやらヘラジカのようです。ヘラジカは日本ではなじみが無いかもしれませんが、北アメリカではmoose(ムース)と呼ばれ、ヨーロッパ地域ではエルクと呼ばれる動物です。寒い地域であるカナダやロシア、ノルウェーやスウェーデンなどで生息しています。一部地域では「森の王」とも考えられ、このノルウェーでは自治体の紋章にもなったりしていることも多くあるようです(Wikipediaより)。

筆者の記憶では、クルマメーカーであるボルボのマスコットキャラクターが「エルク」で、オーナーのあいだではぬいぐるみを持っている人もいますね。筆者も実は欲しいと思ってるほどなのですが、一般的には入手が困難で、オークションもしくはオートショーなどでのイベントでしかなかなか入手できません。...長々とヘラジカについいて語ってしまいましたが、こうして、土地の代表的な動物として考えられています(エヘン!)ということが分かっていただけると嬉しいです。

立派なツノが象徴的なヘラジカでありますが、このビデオで登場する子はどうやら1歳半ばのメスだろうということです。なので、ツノもなく、小柄でかわいい! このヘラジカがカメラに気づいてとった行動は、ビデオをご覧になってお確かめください。

寒い冬の中、外にでるのは苦手という方は少なくもありませんが、あったかい家の中で映像で雪景色を楽しむのなら寒くなくて素晴らしい!(という考えは寒がりの筆者の良くないとこでしょうか)是非、ノルウェーの雪の中をお楽しみください。一つ注意して欲しいことは、なぜか「ビデオの中の人たちが興奮しすぎてうるさい」ので耳障り...といったところですね。

それでは、良い日曜日を!

記事元:HuffPost
参考:Wikipedia

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