Friday, March 15th 2019, 3:55 pm - Officials were moose-t unimpressed.
A Silverthorne, Colorado library was put on an "indefinite" closure Wednesday when it decided to take a break from the snowstorm that was pummeling the area and make itself at home in front of a library, blocking the entrance.
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Librarian Katie Koop told CNN they had to close the building until the moose left, which happened a few hours later.
"Normally we wouldn't have been closed even in this weather," she said.
"We try to stay open because we are a place for people to hang out when they're waiting out the storm."
If you ever come across a moose at your local library, or out and about in the wild, wildlife officials say its best to admire it from a very safe and generous distance.