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  • Trail camera captures albino fawn near Cosumnes River College

    The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District's "Trailcam" spotted an albino fawn on land just west of Cosumnes River College. The coloration is extremely rare in the species. Some have considered them sacred, and they are protected in many states.

The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District's "Trailcam" spotted an albino fawn on land just west of Cosumnes River College. The coloration is extremely rare in the species. Some have considered them sacred, and they are protected in many states. Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District
The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District's "Trailcam" spotted an albino fawn on land just west of Cosumnes River College. The coloration is extremely rare in the species. Some have considered them sacred, and they are protected in many states. Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

Rare albino deer spotted on land around sanitation plant near Elk Grove

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