Anne Grete Lindvik has formed an unlikely bond with a wild moose named Svea.
The zookeeper met the animal three years ago after a dog scared Svea's mother off, leaving the then young moose orphaned in the woods.
At just two days old, Svea managed to reach the Langedrag Park where she met her foster-mother-to-be.
"She means a lot to me. I usually say that she is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. To have a close relationship to a wild animal - she never had a moose mother, but she has me. It's like you feel it in your heart. It's touching," Lindvik said.
The Norwegian zookeeper confessed that people were a little surprised to see her walking in the woods with the moose: "I have got different reactions. Most just stand there and stare speechless. You can see their chins dropping down."
After the pair were recently separated for a few hours, Svea behaved in a way experts say is typical amongst baby animals that have been separated from their mothers - jumping and making noises specifically for their mothers.