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REAL - Piebald Moose (also referred to as Pinto Moose) - The link includes these images and the following claim by "breaks hunter". I got these pics in an email from my uncle today. Pretty cool coloration. It said they were taken in Fahler, Alberta, Canada (Not Anchorage, Alaska) Usually only the second image is pinned or posted.

"Alaska’s moose population is at odds with the urban sprawl in Anchorage and Fairbanks. Suburban moose sightings are quite common, especially when heavy snowfall occurs. These sedate animals are not threatening, but their size and the fact that they often cross roads make them a danger for drivers." From webecoist.com, image from Alaska in Pictures. #urbanwildlife

From Delta Junction Alaska: "When John Haddix was counting birds along Tanana Loop Extension Road on December 22 for the Delta Christmas Bird Count, he got a surprise and a photo when he saw Delta's famous white moose with her calf."

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Bobcats are found in forested, swampy, or semiarid regions of North America, from southern Canada to central Mexico. The bobcat is named for its short, "bobbed" tail and is related to the lynx.

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Amazing Photos of Albino, Leucistic, Piebald, and other Animal Oddities

Albino moose

Can you believe that annually more people are attacked by Moose than by Bears??? These animals get pretty aggressive, especially if you come near them while they are with their calf. So, don’t let that cartooney cute look make you think they harmless.

Real life the fox and hound- how sweet

A two week-old eastern bongo calf looks out from under her mother at Sydney’s Taronga zoo. Eastern (or highlands) bongos are critically endangered with as few as 75 remaining in small groups of 6-12 animals in their Kenyan upland range. Bongo are one of the largest species of antelope in the world and are recognised by their striking russet colour and large antlers which extend over their backs ~ Photo by...William West/AFP/Getty Images©

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beautiful-wildlife: Tiger by Robert Cinega (wonder / wander)

Beautiful-wildlife: Tiger by Robert Cinega It's probably one of the most beautiful animals in the nature.

moose jumping white picket fence in Anchorage, Southcentral Alaska