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    I got these pics in an email from my uncle today. Pretty cool coloration. It said they were taken in Fahler, Alberta, Canada

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    It looks like someones mom or dad was visiting a friend on the side. That's why I always say never mix a paint QH and a moose.

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    Does not appear to be too happy looking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by idnative1948 View Post
    Does not appear to be too happy looking?
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    Head down..must be ashamed of himself.

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    thats amazing to see
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    Look at that eye! Wow. John
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    WOW! That is wild! Feel for the guy... or gal. That really.... real? Would be one hell of a photo shop if it was though really darn unique!

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    Kenya, That happens alot over there! John
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAFTSTUD View Post
    Kenya, That happens alot over there! John
    Heh, I should have figured that... On reading the opening post again, a snake could have bit me! HAHA! My bad... got wrapped up in the pics.
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    Thats thing is wild looking!
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    Cool pics, I came across a pinto deer once here in Washington, but didn't have a camera.
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    It sure looks like a "button" bull. Wonder If he'll ever get a nice rack....That would make a very sweet life-size mount!!
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    You fellows sure that's not a progressive elk?

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    That's something you don't see every day. Great pics.

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    That is cool. It certainly would make you do a double take huh?

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    something that "wild" has too be photo shopped.....
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    I am wondering if Bev Doolittle had somethihg to do with this moose

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    That is too cool.. wow.

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    I assume it is piebald (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piebald)

    I have seen a deer, elk and a turkey like this. The elk was running around by Gardiner quite awhile back, almost completely white with dark legs. It was pretty cool.

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