In Sweden A White Moose Was Spotted For The First Time Brendhagen, Roger

This was the moment a magnificent white moose was discovered roaming the Swedish woodlands near the Norwegian border.

Roger Brendhagen, a wildlife photographer, was fortunate enough to capture this exquisite, one-of-a-kind species in its native habitat.



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The gifted Swedish photographer is no stranger to witnessing such uncommon wild animals.He has been documenting beautiful endangered species throughout his career in habitats all around the world.

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His breathtaking photographs of white moose in the Värmland area provide a glimpse into a magnificent woodland environment.

This magnificent creature may easily be confused as an albino moose. But it isn’t; it suffers from a hereditary ailment known as piebaldism

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This isn’t the first time an unusual moose has been spotted. They’ve been spotted in Swedish and Canadian forests in recent years. Researchers in Scandanavia have theorized that the lack of predators has resulted in an increase in their number.




Hunting them is completely prohibited in Canada.

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Roger Brendhagen is particularly interested in Arctic foxes. In Sweden and Norway, these foxes are presently under severe threat.

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He intends to raise awareness about the conservation efforts of these and other unusual species and fauna, especially in Scandanavia.

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He wants to raise awareness about the hazards of pollution, particularly rubbish in our waters, which endangers birds and other species.

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Credit: Roger Brendhagen
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