White moose in the Värmland forest in Sweden near the Norwegian border. In recent years there have been several sightings of white moose in the forests of Sweden and Canada.
Researchers in Scandinavia estimates that the population of white moose may increase because there are fewer predators and that hunting deer in Canada is illegal.
The white moose is not caused by albinism, but it is actually a genetic condition known as piebaldism, which results in less production of pigment on the coat and therefore a lighter color than normal, but the color of the eyes, nails, or other organs remains. normal dark color