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Sun Dec 29, 2019, 10:30 PM

Rare White Moose.


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Reply Rare White Moose. (Original post)
dewsgirl Dec 2019 OP
2naSalit Dec 2019 #1
50 Shades Of Blue Dec 2019 #2
dewsgirl Dec 2019 #3
Maraya1969 Dec 2019 #4
Donkees Dec 2019 #7
jberryhill Dec 2019 #6
WheelWalker Dec 2019 #5
Cicada Dec 2019 #8
dewsgirl Dec 2019 #9
Cicada Dec 2019 #10
dewsgirl Dec 2019 #11

Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Sun Dec 29, 2019, 10:34 PM

1. Beautiful!

I so jealous of the photographer! Good thing that moose wasn't having an attitude, that was close.


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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Sun Dec 29, 2019, 10:53 PM

2. That beautiful creature's days are surely numbered now.

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Response to 50 Shades Of Blue (Reply #2)

Sun Dec 29, 2019, 10:58 PM

3. ....😔

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Response to 50 Shades Of Blue (Reply #2)

Sun Dec 29, 2019, 11:03 PM

4. No! There is no identity of where this is. It is just a video.

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Response to Maraya1969 (Reply #4)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 08:22 AM

7. Extraordinary White Moose Takes a Dip in a Swedish Lake



Aug 14, 2017

Original video (facebook): After three years of searching, Hans Nilsson from Eda was finally successful. Last night, the white bull moose came swimming straight towards his camera. Here's the clip! / Weekend reporter Annika

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Response to 50 Shades Of Blue (Reply #2)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 12:44 AM

6. As with many recessive genetic characteristics...

 

...there are frequently cross-linked susceptibilities to physical or mental defects, or susceptibility to environmental hazards, which indeed may shorten its life.

With any luck, it will fail to breed, unlike similar mutant tigers who are intentionally bred by humans for entertainment purposes under the pretext that they are some rare form of tigers, instead of a purposefully targeted genetic abnormality.

People do worse things with abnormal animals than kill them...

https://bigcatrescue.org/abuse-issues/issues/white-tigers/?amp

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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Sun Dec 29, 2019, 11:54 PM

5. Damn, well nourished!

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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 08:55 AM

8. As a child in western Washington I saw a white deer

My dad and I when I was 10 or so went to a forest area with apple trees growing wild. We loaded up a few gunny sacks with apples and walking back we saw a solid white deer.

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Response to Cicada (Reply #8)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 10:08 AM

9. Wow sounds beautiful! I saw a white palmetto bug on a palm tree, once.

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Response to dewsgirl (Reply #9)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 11:08 AM

10. Western Washington has a lot going for it

Back then in the fifties we gathered berries and apples all the time, we took fish we caught from the streams to the “Indian” smoke huts a few hundred feet downstream, they could use nets, and two days later we got our half, they kept their half for smoking. Yummy. Our freezer was loaded with Salmon my dad and I caught in our little rental boat in Puget Sound. Mount Ranier was beautiful straight out our living room picture window.

It was a great place for deer and kids. I saw Sputnik crossing in the sky from my back yard. It was tumbling so it was light on for a second, then dark, then back to light.

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Response to Cicada (Reply #10)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 01:24 PM

11. Sounds idyllic.

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