White mooses are quite extinctive to meet. Many photographers put great efforts to ”organize” a meeting with them but it’s not an easy task.
Yet, some of these people are just lucky! They appear at the right place at right time. It’s similar to finding gold for them and in many cases, their career grows times faster than they could imagine.
Recently, an extremely rare white moose was seen in the woods of Sweden, near the border of Norway.
You may think the animal is an albino. The answer is no. The moose has a genetic condition known as piebaldism.
These magical pictures are enough to admire that beauty and call ”wow.” It’s difficult to imagine what felt the photographer when he first spotted the animal.
Roger Brendhagen is a wildlife photographer that captures this amazing creature. He won the ”once in a lifetime” opportunity and became famous for the incredible shots.
The moose was roaming in the woods when Roger noticed him. The animal wasn’t afraid of the man.
In the last years, several white mooses were spotted in Swedish and Canadian woods. The experts say that due to the decrease of their predators, the number of white species gets bigger.
I am in awe when looking at the wonderful moose. How various is nature!
We have just one assignment – protect it!