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I thought I heard once that white moose are not all that rare when compared to albino deer or something. Because they are not albino but something else. It appears to me that this moose doesn't have pink eyes. As you can see I'm not an expert on this so I'd like to hear what others may have heard.
I actually photographed a white cow moose while guideing in alaska. The framed picture is on greenhorns wall. The one I saw had alot more dark pigment around the eyes and feet. Alaska fish and game says one in 100,000 will be white. Pretty freaky to see.