Mr. Nature: The White Moose

Jambo! Mr. Nature here; and today’s safari takes us to Sweden, where someone was lucky enough to see a white moose when he happened to have a camera with him to film it.

Albinism occurs in all sorts of different animals, but in the wild it tends to make these white animals more vulnerable to predators. But a full-grown moose wouldn’t have to worry much about that.

And you might want to read my book, The Palace (Bell Mountain No. 6), in which the boy king, Ryons, pursues the White Doe in Lintum Forest…

6 comments on “Mr. Nature: The White Moose

  1. It is startling to see these animals. I have seen quite a few white deer over Washington, but never a white moose. They look unreal.

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