A white moose was seen in the forests of Sweden, near the border with Norway.
White moose are quite rare. Many photographers go to great lengths to “arrange” a meeting with them, but it’s not an easy task.
But some of these people are just lucky! They appear in the right place at the right time. For them, it’s like looking for gold, and in many cases their careers are growing faster than they ever imagined.
Recently, an extremely rare white elk was seen in the forests of Sweden, near the border with Norway.
You might think that this is an albino animal. The answer is no. Moose have a genetic disorder known as piebald.
These magical pictures are enough to admire this beauty and say “wow”. It is hard to imagine what the photographer felt when he first saw the animal.
Roger Brendhagen is a wildlife photographer who captured this amazing creature. He won a “once in a lifetime” chance and became famous for his incredible shots.
An elk was roaming the woods when Roger spotted him. The animal was not afraid of man.
In recent years, several white moose have been seen in Swedish and Canadian forests. Experts say that due to the decrease in their predators, the number of white species is increasing.
I am delighted when I look at a wonderful elk. How diverse is nature!
We have only one task – to protect him!