Newfoundland has the highest concentration of moose in the world.
The province sees somewhere between 500 and 600 collisions between moose and vehicles annually, according to a 2015 report from The Globe and Mail. About 5 to 10 result in serious injuries, with an average of one human death per year.
Newfoundland recently launched a five-year moose-management plan, "partly aimed at reducing moose-vehicle crashes," The Globe and Mail reported last year.
Source: The Globe and Mail