A rare white wolf has been spotted plying the waters of a northern Saskatchewan lake.
Bob Thacker told CBC News he was on a fishing expedition on Shadd Lake when he spotted something swimming in the water.
"I saw what I thought was a bit fat duck," he said. "And as we approached it I thought that's not a duck, it's like a polar bear or an albino bear."
Approaching the animal from their boat, it became clear that it was a white wolf, also known as the Arctic or polar wolf -- an increasingly less frequent sight in Canada's north.
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