The photographer was able to spot a moose in the forest and took beautiful pictures.
Encounters with white mooses happen quite often. Many photographers go to great lengths to “set up” a meeting with them, but it’s not easy.
However, some of the people are simply successful. They are in the right place at the right time. For them, it’s like finding gold.
Recently, in the forests of Sweden, near the border with Norway, there was a white moose.
You might think that the animal is an albino. It has a genetic disorder known as piebaldism.
It’s hard to imagine how the photographer felt when he first spotted the animal.
Roger Brandhagen is a wildlife photographer who photographs this amazing creature. He won the “Once in a Lifetime” opportunity and he became famous for his incredible photos.
The animal was not afraid of people.
Experts note that due to the decrease in the number of their predators, the number of white species is increasing.
We have only one task: to protect him.