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Despite the animal's all-white appearance, it's coloring does not result from albinism, a congenital condition that results in a loss of pigmentation. Göran Ericsson is a professor of elk and moose for the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. He explained that, while the condition is rare, he sees news of white moose surface every year, and it’s possible the prevalence of these ghostly animals is increasing. “Hunters have chosen to not kill any moose that are light,” said Ericsson. In other words, with white moose being effectively protected, natural selection might be making the condition more common.
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