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Albino Deer Spotted In Wisconsin

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 9th Aug 2018

John Mathie sighted a rare white deer in the woods near Boulder Junction, about 230 miles outside of Madison, WI. 

"I thought, 'wow, so rare to see such a large symmetrical rack on an albino,'" Mathie said. "I was excited and felt very fortunate."

Albinism is a congenital condition defined by the absence of pigment, resulting in an all-white appearance and pink eyes.

Enjoy the rare beauty of the white albino deer. (Some say it's good luck!)

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