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Albino moose photographed in Finland

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*Translated using Google Translate*

An experienced wildlife photographer Antti Sharp immortalized last Thursday evening, a rare sight, a white deer. Sharp was going to describe the roe deer to a familiar place Pöytyä, Southwest Finland, when suddenly he saw something special in the woods.

http://yle.fi/uutise...uomessa/6808973

I posted this to show the picture mainly :)

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Gorgeous! Mother Nature is the best artist.

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Simply beautiful. Love it's shy glance over the shoulder.

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Beautiful animal. Not many albino animals survive, too easy of a target.

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Kinda reminds me of a Dalmatian with those spots. LOL

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Am I wrong, or does this animal have brown eyes? If so, it can't be albino. It is very pretty, though.

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Am I wrong, or does this animal have brown eyes? If so, it can't be albino. It is very pretty, though.

Can't really see they eyes properly, but albino or not it's a gorgeous animal.

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Beautiful. The moose in Maine are not nearly so pretty as that one, at least in my estimation.

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Beautiful. The moose in Maine are not nearly so pretty as that one, at least in my estimation.

I'd love to see one with my own eyes, you are lucky.

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Of course Finland gets all the cool animals.

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