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BBC News captured a video of a white moose roaming through Sweden, causing a stir on social media Monday morning.

BBC News captured a video of a white moose roaming through Sweden, causing a stir on social media Monday morning.

The video, filmed in the Varmland region, shows the moose crossing a stream.

BBC reported that there are only about 100 white moose throughout Sweden. They're not albino but have a genetic mutation that causes them to grow white fur.

Watch the video below.

https://twitter.com/BBCWorld/status/896774839087792128

Twitter responded in normal Twitter fashion, a mix of freakout and awe over the moose, according to Mashable.

Wild moose have made multiple headlines this year. An aggressive moose chased Utah hikers in February, trapping them in Ogden Canyon, according to United Press International.

The group of hikers were stranded in the canyon when the moose charged at them.

"We were stuck, we were cold we wanted to get back down to our car, and it was the only way," hiker Chauntelle McAlhany said, according to UPI. "There's no way to go around the moose, it's a narrow trail."

In another incident a wild moose chased down snowboarders on a ski slope in Breckenridge, Colorado, according to Denver7.

The snowboarders caught the incident on Instagram. The video got more than 13,000 views within the first week of its posting.