While in the hills, I found this dead Moose. It seemed to be dead for a relatively short time since it looked very plump and life like. I phoned the DWR for them to investigate. They said it appeared to be natural causes, (whatever they may be). A week later I stopped to see what a week of decay had done. This was ONE week to the day and it is amazing what flies had done to a moose carcas is just one week. My original finding had a few flies landing on it and a bunch around the mouth and anus but NO maggots. A week later there were soooooo many maggots. I kept trying to count them but lost count at about THOUSANDS each time. haha I thought it was cool enough watching nature at it's finest in the disposal process that I felt to share. I had some video of the maggots but I don't know how to load them.