What makes the Olympics so great is its ability to bring the world together to watch the greatest athletes on the planet go for gold.
And, as it turns out, it’s not just people that it brings together. It also brings at least one curious moose.
Yup, that’s right. That’s a moose standing right outside the the door of a home in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and taking in some bobsled. Basically, it’s just your average Monday in Canada.
Since being sent out on Feb. 19, Matt Duncombe’s tweet has over 5,000 retweets and over 17,000 favorites as of Wednesday morning and several fantastic replies as well, including …
Cats watching the Olympics:
The moose inquiring about Canadian superstar figure skating pair Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir:
And even a response from the official Team Canada Twitter account:
It seems as though all eyes — and not just human eyes — are on PyeongChang this winter.
More Olympic coverage from Yahoo Sports:
• Watch: First-person video shows you how fast downhill skiing is
• Busbee: Behind the scenes in the Olympic mixed zone
• Wetzel: Three falls beg question of what’s happened to USA figure skating
• NBC cuts into Olympic broadcast to show crazy car chase in L.A.
• Busbee: Military bonds four-man American bobsled team