Many of us living in Canada have seen our fair share of moose.
They are often larger up close than one would first expect, and are a common sight in northern parts of Canada and other countries with boreal forests that sit in the Northern Hemisphere.
But it’s not everyday that someone spots a white moose.
That’s what Hans Nilsson caught on camera earlier this month in the Värmland region of Sweden.
The country is home to roughly half a million moose, but a very small percentage are completely white — most vary from the usual colours of almost black to a very light brown.
It’s believed the colour could be from some kind of genetic mutation.