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    Exclamation Here's something a little rare.....

    When is the last time anyone has even seen one albino.....never mind two(twins if you will)!






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    Now that is most unique. Being a newcomer and not too familair with moose, I have never even known about albino moose.
    Very cool and thanks for sharing
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    WOW that is quite cool. I have never even heard albino moose mentioned by anyone let alone pics.

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    Wow. Very cool.
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    I don't know enough about moose biology or Photoshop to believe. This begs investigation, but if it's legitimate it's beyond wonderful.

    Happy Trails

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    This is all the text from my mothers email(minus her message header):

    Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 8:43 AM
    To: undisclosed-recipients
    Subject: Albino Moose - Twins!


    Pictures taken in the Moosehead Lake Region around Greenville Maine.

    This is quite a sight from Greenville, not one but two albinos (twins).
    A rare sighting.










    I know not enough about the workings of Photoshop....if I did I wouldn't be wasting my time away as an Archery Tech at GanderMtn. If someone can look at these pictures and tell if they have been "doctored", please let me know! I've got the orginal email saved in Yahoo and I'll forward it to anyone that wants to PM me an email address?


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