Baby moose has field day in sprinklers -- and it's adorable

Alaskans Capture Moose On the Loose Having Fun Throughout Town

Summer is rapidly approaching, which means it's almost time to start looking for ways to keep cool. And one clever baby moose in Alaska already has a game plan.

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When Cory Williams spotted a family of moose in his backyard he decided to turn the sprinklers on to capture their reaction to the magical source of sprawling water. (The cuteness overload starts at the 3:49 mark)

The curious little moose appeared to test out the temperature by taking a brief shower.

Moments later, it doubled back and had a complete field day slipping and sliding through Williams' lawn.

It repeated its joyous frolic through the sprinkler multiple times before its mother probably said play time was over.

Looks like this little guy just found a new hang out spot for the upcoming season!

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Baby moose has field day in sprinklers -- and it's adorable
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