Rare white Moose spotted taking a dip in water, Sweden
It’s a great feeling when you see such a unique animal that is not at all concerned with people.
Explorer Hans Nilsson spotted the animal on the banks of a stream heading into the water in Värmland, western Sweden. There are only 100 in the country, compared to over 400,000 of the common brown moose.
The animals aren’t supposed to be white, but the rare color comes from a genetic mutation. They are not albino.