Canada's Most Dangerous Animal is an educational television show on geographical knowledge from TVF International that captures the audience as it focuses on the majestic creature, the moose. Unknown to many Canadians, the moose is not a local creature to Newfoundland and other parts of Canada. It was actually introduced by settlers in the early 1900s, yet the Moose is one of the most culturally significant animal of Canada becoming one of the nation's symbol and mascot; however, moose densities have caused alarm as they become one of Canada's most dangerous animals since their population boom. The dangerous nature of the animal is not through direct contact, but rather through injuries or death due to vehicle collisions with this big beast. The death toll that is related to Moose is higher than any other wildlife available in Canada. Canada's Most Dangerous Animal focuses on these incidences, and the growing Moose population in many areas.