This paper is the second part of the article on the evolution and the systematics of the moose. Data from the literature on morphological variability and genetics of the moose and new data from our own research are discussed. New data on fossil broad-fronted moose (Cervalces; see part 1) and true moose (Alces) is submitted. The former and Libralces (part 1) are no direct ancestors of. Alces (part 2). In light of new data, a revision of the systematics of the moose is carried out, and questions on phylogeny are considered.