Roger Brendhagen, a wildlife photographer, spotted a white moose roaming just off the Norway border around in the forests of Sweden.
The Swedish photographer, who has been documenting pretty species that are endangered, was so lucky to catch this rare creature on camera!
His nice photos of the white moose show the majesty of Värmland. The truth is that the moose has piebaldism, a genetic condition that affects the skin’s color.
However, in recent years, some rare moose of this type have been spotted in Canadian and Swedish forests. Furthermore, the increase in this type’s population has been guessed because of few predators in Scandanavia, according to researchers.
However, hunting them is also illegal in Canada. What a great moment for the photographer! Watch the video below.
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