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Albino Elk Photographed in Utah?

Albino Elk Photographed in Utah?

Check out these amazing photographs of two big albino bull elk.
Albino Elk

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from LGIW wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

I'd drop 'em like a toilet seat in a house full of women. They'll just die of old age at some point anyway.

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from 25-06 guy wrote 3 years 1 week ago

Great pics.

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from turkey777 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

I would shoot one. It is a once in a lifetime oppurtunity.

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from wv trapper wrote 4 years 33 weeks ago

I would have to take one if the oppurtunity arrived.Would make a beautiful mount plus a freezer full of meat thats the best part.

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from billybowfreak69 wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

i would be the happiest guy on earth to harvest either bull. but the bull on the left is unbelievable!!!! call the taxidermist,and get some hickory burnin in my smoker!!!!!!!

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from clayp1 wrote 4 years 46 weeks ago

I say let's eat and have a few beers and talk smack about the stud that got one,cheers.

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from biggametracker wrote 4 years 46 weeks ago

Yeah, I'd shoot one, but they probably taste like albino chichen.

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from pjsabella wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I'd shoot one

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

yes i would because it would make a great shoulder mount and some good dinner for a while and ive seen hen turkeys with huge beards!!!

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from cadguy wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

I love white meat. of course I'd take one, unless i was with a friend, then we woud take both if it was in season of course.

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from bowfiend wrote 5 years 16 weeks ago

the albino on the left would be on the ground before you could say freetriplescore.com, mmmm good eating and what a nice shoulder mount in my den

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from woofbarkenarf wrote 5 years 22 weeks ago

Would I take one? That depends on the situation...but a "rare elk" steak cooked medium rare sounds delicious! Ha! I'm so punny!

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from sucngas wrote 5 years 23 weeks ago

I saw this picture on another site. They are on a game farm in Texas. If I found one like them in the wild, you can bet I'd have a one of a kind shoulder mount. You would really think the outdoor life editors could do a better job of screening these postings, like the recent coyote posting that was recently revealed as a fraud. I mean come on, just a little detective work would really help with your credibility. I know I'm already starting to question every rare thing I see posted on your site. How many 8 year olds with photo shop could pull one over on you guys.

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from squirrelhunter wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

that looks like a once in a life time deal pretty neat.

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from HunteroftheHills wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

Looks like it would be kinder to kill the albino bulls then to let them live. They're white and easily seen.

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from Hammer wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Bang--done--venison.....no debate in the least.

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from jamasimp wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Are these really albino elk or are they Russian White Elk? I couldn't see their eyes clearly enough in the pics to tell if there is any pigment or not. I believe that true albinos will have pink eyes, where as Russian White Elk have regular brown eyes. There are game farms in Canada that have both types available to hunt. Whichever they are, I wouldn't hesitate to stick an arrow in either of them.

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from ten-poinext wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

some things in nature should be left alone, some hunters may say that "if i dont take this animal then it would die naturally, and who would see that," well, thats how nature works, things live and die either by our hands or natures, what so wrong with nature takeing its course. I belive that this is one animal I would have to let nature take back, there is a fine traditional elk in the picture also to take for dinner.

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from Lothar wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Bang! Bang! Yum. Yum.

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from rickwv wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

would not hesitate to take one. It would probably be a once in a lifetime occurance.

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

OK folks lets look at this from both sides , if no one takes this trophy who's going to see it after it dies a natural death ?If MR. WHITEY passes close to me then many can enjoy his beauty for years to follow,

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from bowman wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

dang right i would shoot either of these bulls. an elk is a trophy, but an albino one would be the trophy of a lifetime

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from boogin wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

They won't las5t long if predaters are in the area, so I 'd say put them in the freezer and on the table. MMm good.

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from elkslayer wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Albinism is a genetic deffect so why would you choose to let them go so they can breed. I would shoot them as soon as a broadside shot was presented. I feel the same way about albino whitetails it's just a deer not a mythical creature. I would not want these bulls to have the chance to spread their defective genes.

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from SteelForce20 wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Is the one on the right a piebald elk. The one on the left is amazing with the white rack but the one on the right seems as if it is just white coated. But they are both gorgeous bulls.

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from remingtom3006 wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

They deserve to roam free, they are a natural wonder, great trophys, but there are other great trophy's out there, let them breed, more albinos will be seen in future, smart not divulging location it would be inundated with hunters, I am one but I have also learned to appreciate the wonders of nature.

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from weemsjm wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Sorry guy but the one still in velvet would be on the ground in a heartbeat.
I think a shoulder mount and the rest of the hide tanned and placed across the footboard of my bed.
The real treat would be in my freezer

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from hunter2057 wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Absolutely awesome! It would be very tempting to take
one, but considering the rarity of albino elk, I don`t know. I would have to be in that situation.

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from Hick-From-Hell wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

To see one would be awesome, too see two. Wow.

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from Hillbilly Jim wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

Amazing photos. I don't think I could take one down if I had the chance. It's like killing a unicorn.

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from Hillbilly Jim wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

Amazing photos. I don't think I could take one down if I had the chance. It's like killing a unicorn.

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from elkslayer wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Albinism is a genetic deffect so why would you choose to let them go so they can breed. I would shoot them as soon as a broadside shot was presented. I feel the same way about albino whitetails it's just a deer not a mythical creature. I would not want these bulls to have the chance to spread their defective genes.

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

OK folks lets look at this from both sides , if no one takes this trophy who's going to see it after it dies a natural death ?If MR. WHITEY passes close to me then many can enjoy his beauty for years to follow,

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from weemsjm wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Sorry guy but the one still in velvet would be on the ground in a heartbeat.
I think a shoulder mount and the rest of the hide tanned and placed across the footboard of my bed.
The real treat would be in my freezer

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from remingtom3006 wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

They deserve to roam free, they are a natural wonder, great trophys, but there are other great trophy's out there, let them breed, more albinos will be seen in future, smart not divulging location it would be inundated with hunters, I am one but I have also learned to appreciate the wonders of nature.

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from rickwv wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

would not hesitate to take one. It would probably be a once in a lifetime occurance.

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from ten-poinext wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

some things in nature should be left alone, some hunters may say that "if i dont take this animal then it would die naturally, and who would see that," well, thats how nature works, things live and die either by our hands or natures, what so wrong with nature takeing its course. I belive that this is one animal I would have to let nature take back, there is a fine traditional elk in the picture also to take for dinner.

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from HunteroftheHills wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

Looks like it would be kinder to kill the albino bulls then to let them live. They're white and easily seen.

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from sucngas wrote 5 years 23 weeks ago

I saw this picture on another site. They are on a game farm in Texas. If I found one like them in the wild, you can bet I'd have a one of a kind shoulder mount. You would really think the outdoor life editors could do a better job of screening these postings, like the recent coyote posting that was recently revealed as a fraud. I mean come on, just a little detective work would really help with your credibility. I know I'm already starting to question every rare thing I see posted on your site. How many 8 year olds with photo shop could pull one over on you guys.

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from cadguy wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

I love white meat. of course I'd take one, unless i was with a friend, then we woud take both if it was in season of course.

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from wv trapper wrote 4 years 33 weeks ago

I would have to take one if the oppurtunity arrived.Would make a beautiful mount plus a freezer full of meat thats the best part.

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from turkey777 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

I would shoot one. It is a once in a lifetime oppurtunity.

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from 25-06 guy wrote 3 years 1 week ago

Great pics.

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from LGIW wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

I'd drop 'em like a toilet seat in a house full of women. They'll just die of old age at some point anyway.

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from boogin wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

They won't las5t long if predaters are in the area, so I 'd say put them in the freezer and on the table. MMm good.

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from Hick-From-Hell wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

To see one would be awesome, too see two. Wow.

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from hunter2057 wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Absolutely awesome! It would be very tempting to take
one, but considering the rarity of albino elk, I don`t know. I would have to be in that situation.

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from SteelForce20 wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Is the one on the right a piebald elk. The one on the left is amazing with the white rack but the one on the right seems as if it is just white coated. But they are both gorgeous bulls.

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from bowman wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

dang right i would shoot either of these bulls. an elk is a trophy, but an albino one would be the trophy of a lifetime

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from Lothar wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Bang! Bang! Yum. Yum.

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from jamasimp wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Are these really albino elk or are they Russian White Elk? I couldn't see their eyes clearly enough in the pics to tell if there is any pigment or not. I believe that true albinos will have pink eyes, where as Russian White Elk have regular brown eyes. There are game farms in Canada that have both types available to hunt. Whichever they are, I wouldn't hesitate to stick an arrow in either of them.

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from Hammer wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Bang--done--venison.....no debate in the least.

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from squirrelhunter wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

that looks like a once in a life time deal pretty neat.

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from woofbarkenarf wrote 5 years 22 weeks ago

Would I take one? That depends on the situation...but a "rare elk" steak cooked medium rare sounds delicious! Ha! I'm so punny!

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from bowfiend wrote 5 years 16 weeks ago

the albino on the left would be on the ground before you could say freetriplescore.com, mmmm good eating and what a nice shoulder mount in my den

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

yes i would because it would make a great shoulder mount and some good dinner for a while and ive seen hen turkeys with huge beards!!!

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from pjsabella wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I'd shoot one

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from biggametracker wrote 4 years 46 weeks ago

Yeah, I'd shoot one, but they probably taste like albino chichen.

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from clayp1 wrote 4 years 46 weeks ago

I say let's eat and have a few beers and talk smack about the stud that got one,cheers.

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from billybowfreak69 wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

i would be the happiest guy on earth to harvest either bull. but the bull on the left is unbelievable!!!! call the taxidermist,and get some hickory burnin in my smoker!!!!!!!

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