An extremely rare white moose has recently been spotted in the forests of Sweden, just off the Norwegian border. Nature is incredible. Some animals are born with characteristics that make humans go “wow.”
Roger Brendhagen, a wildlife photographer, accidentally captured these incredible shots. Taking a “once in a lifetime” photo is like winning the lottery for any photographer. Even when they have a meticulous plan to take that photo, not all of them have that luck. And Roger seized his opportunity right away.
Through the photographer’s lens, the white moose is stunning. It was roaming the woods.
Many people mistake the white moose for an albino. But it’s not. The lovely creature simply has a genetic condition known as piebaldism.
White mooses have been spotted several times in Swedish and Canadian forests in recent years. Experts believe that their population has grown as predators have declined.
These breathtaking images demonstrate how magnificent the forest world is. Respect and safeguard it.
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