SWEDEN (KGO) —
A uncommon, white moose was noticed taking a swim in in Sweden’s Varmland County.
Hans Nilsson captured the video and informed Sweden’s Sveriges Radio the expertise was “as nice as seeing a leopard in Africa.”
White moose are extraordinarily uncommon and in response to the BBC, there are nearly one hundred white moose in Sweden. Regardless of their pale look, the animals truly aren’t albino. As an alternative, they’ve a genetic mutation that causes their fur to show white.
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