The moose, like all deer, has a beautiful symbolic meaning. In Celtic mythology (Senunos) the elk is the god of the forest and the protector of spirits and animals. The symbolic symbolism represents the spirituality of nature.

Many people may think that the elk is a species found in Europe and America, but this is incorrect. In fact, the elk is an endemic species in East Asia, native to the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River swamp in China. The moose is a magical and auspicious creature.

It is not only an object of hunting for ancestors, a totem of worship, and an important sacrifice in rituals, but also a symbol of vitality and prosperity. The elk has a body length of 170-217 cm and a tail length of 60-75 cm. Males are 122-137 cm tall at the shoulder and females are 70-75 cm tall, with a slightly smaller body size than males.

The general body weight of moose is 120-180 kg, and adult male moose can weigh up to 250 kg, with a newborn calf of about 12 kg. The horns are long and are shed once a year in December. Female moose have no horns and are smaller in size.

Male antlers are forked like deer, with long necks like camels and black hair at the end of the tail, and the special shape of elk antlers without eyebrow forks. The male deer has a large head, a long and narrow muzzle, a wide nasal end, small eyes, and a prominent suborbital gland.

Male deer have stout limbs, broad, fleshy main hooves, and well-developed overhanging hooves, and they walk with a loud bumping sound. Elk are known for their antlers, which are full of special beauty, so many artworks incorporate moose elements in their creation.

We often come into contact with home decorations, such as wall paintings, ornaments, wallpaper, etc., and the moose element is a popular choice. There are also some household items and trinkets that use the element of moose, which is simply the creator's favourite.

Interior decoration using the element of moose gives people the feeling of instantly returning to the jungle from the complicated city life and finding a moment of peace in every corner of the space. Moose elements are also widely used in jewellery, such as earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and so on, made from various materials, such as metal, resin, crystal, and pearl.

Elk is a symbol of wealth and good luck. Elk is an auspicious thing. The four unlike is said to be the elk, because it is head and face are like a horse, horns like a deer, hooves like a cow, and tail like a donkey. The Four Unlike has always carried the meaning of mystery and fortune since ancient times.

The deer is also known as the wealthy deer, which has a good symbolic meaning both in the East and the West. May it represents wealth and prosperity, peace, symbolizing the pursuit of a better future and aspirations.

Therefore, many high officials like to place elk in the living room of their homes, not only as a vision of a bright future but also as a symbol of identity. In the Zhou dynasty, the royal garden would already tame the wished deer

The elk is a symbol of harmony. People have always been keen on making artwork about deer. In ancient times, some rich families would use the sketched lines of moose as house tile patterns to wish for eternal peace, prosperity, and good fortune.

Moose is a symbol of vitality. The deer not only runs fast and swims quickly, but also is good at climbing ice and snow, and is a real sportsman. Therefore, the vigorous vitality of the moose has become one of the good stories that people admire.