The legend of Canada's First Nation of Mi'kmaq says that Moose once came to men and made a deal on under what conditions it would dedicate its meat to humans. As the Mi'kmaq representatives guide us through Amoosed we get to understand why humans have lost the trust of moose (and nature) and how they can regain it. Six different people in different countries have changed their way of perceiving nature after they have encountered the Moose. Initially, they all wanted to control or abuse it, but ended up changed by it themselves. Can a single species change the overall sensitivity about nature and twist the current future we are heading towards? Are we allowed to interfere with the lives of others, even animals, and to what extend?