A rare white moose’s life has been saved in Sweden after a decision to allow hunters to kill it was overturned. The magnificent moose, named Ferdinand, gained worldwide media attention in August after local politician Hans Nilsson captured him swimming on camera in Värmland, western Sweden. Show More Summary
Hans Nilsson, the City Council Chairman for the Swedish municipality of Eda captured absolutely gorgeous footage of a stunning full-grown male white moose who looked like he was dipped in white paint from hoof to antlers as he crossed a river. Nilsson had been in search of this unique animal for quite some time. After...
Today the Department of Awesome Natural Wonders loves a rare moose sighting. Hans Nilsson spent nearly three years in search of this snow white moose, complete white from his tippy-toes to his velvety antlers. The ghost moose was found in the Värmland region in southwest Sweden. Show More Summary
This is the footage of an all white moose captured by nature lover and moose enthusiast Hans Nilsson, who spent three years trying to locate and film the animal near Eda, Sweden. That is dedication. I probably wouldn't have lasted a day. Show More Summary
A white moose is rare, with only about 100 of them in Sweden. But Hans Nilsson, who has been tracking them for three years, according to Inhabitat, caught this moose on video on August 11 in Varmland, Sweden. The moose is not an albino, but its white fur is a genetic mutation. Or magical, to be more exact.
The rare appearance of a white moose is being celebrated by animal enthusiasts worldwide, as the majestic animal is estimated to be one of just 100 living in Sweden. Hans Nilsson, who has been tracking the elusive creature for three years, captured the footage on August 11 in the province of Varmland. As soon as it was uploaded, the video went viral.[...]
Hans Nilsson has spent three years trying to spot an elusive white moose in the town of Eda, in western Sweden. Last week he got lucky and crossed paths with the ghost-colored herbivore two days in a row. When Nilsson saw the moose the first time, he was amazed. On the second day, he was ready. He whipped out […]
For three years, Hans Nilsson has been on a quest to find a rare white moose in southwestern Sweden. Finally, on two consecutive days last week, he succeeded—and, on the second day, happened to have his camera rolling, reports the Local. "Everything fell into place: the location, the light,...
After searching for almost three years, Hans Nilsson managed to capture video of an incredibly rare and awesome sight – an eight-year old moose that is pure white from his head to his toes, including his fuzzy antlers. If you ever visit Eda, Sweden, you might see him too.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mLqWhTPqVI The new 2018 Volvo XC60 has been detailed in an online walkaround video this week, featuring the company’s senior product manager Hans Nilsson. In the eight-minute clip, Nilsson reveals the...Show More Summary
The mighty Teatro Colón Ring cycle draws to a close, courtesy of Mike Richter‘s superb CD-ROM “El Anillo.” Wagner: Götterdämmerung, Act Two Teatro Colón, October 26, 1962 BBrünnhilde: Birgit Nilsson Siegfried: Hans Hopf Hagen: Arnold...Show More Summary
From the Mike Richter collection, Act Three of Die Walküre at the Teatro Colón, featuring Hans Hotter and Birgit Nilsson (not pictured.)
Mike Richter's documentation of the 1962 Buenos Aires Ring continues with the second act of Die Walküre featuring Birgit Nilsson and Hans Hotter.
Dates: 4 July (all day) Organised by: Rod Wilson (University of Exeter), Fredrik Jutfelt (University of Gothenburg) Confirmed Speakers: Phil Munday (James Cook University, Australia), Goran Nilsson (University of Oslo), Hans Otto Poertner...Show More Summary