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Thread: albino moose. really.

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    http://www.ktvb.com/news/regional/st....b08ac946.html

    click on 'more photos' or whatever

    should this be here or pictures? patrice? :roll:

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    Cool he/she has some awesome camo for winter but will stick out like a sore thumb come spring hehe

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    That is just way to cool, and if you believe in bad luck as a hunter she will live a long long time. You don't kill them.

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    She's a beauty! :D

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    LOL, I never doubted that this thread was about just what you said it was about. Interesting picture.

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    That is very cool!

    I had an albino cat, that's not nearly as impressive as an albino moose, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baren*eh*ked_canadian
    That is very cool!

    I had an albino cat, that's not nearly as impressive as an albino moose, lol!
    sorry to hijack my own thread, but are you in trouble? are the cops after you? LOL :mrgreen: are you expecting to be caught?

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    Wow....I sure hope no hunter feels that they can' live without this "trophy"..we have an albino wild turkey on our farm...and I'm hoping that no one feels they just have to shoot it either...she sticks out like a sore thumb in the middle of the fields.

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    Wow. I have never seen one of those before. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    Quote Originally Posted by Baren*eh*ked_canadian
    That is very cool!

    I had an albino cat, that's not nearly as impressive as an albino moose, lol!
    sorry to hijack my own thread, but are you in trouble? are the cops after you? LOL :mrgreen: are you expecting to be caught?
    :lol:

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    That is very cool! She/he looks bigger than the other moose. Not enless those are babies! :shock: :lol: That is really cool!
    :mrgreen:

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    so majestic and awesome

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    poor thing is anemic...guess those two darker ones, got all the nutritious food! :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffbug95
    That is very cool! She/he looks bigger than the other moose. Not enless those are babies! :shock: :lol: That is really cool!
    :mrgreen:
    i think they are the babies that do not have the recessive gene. she does seem pretty chummy with them, right?

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