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What is an albino deer?

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An albino deer is a deer that has all white skin and red eyes, according to Buckmasters. The albino deer is a rare specimen of the species, only occurring in one out of 100,000 deer births.

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The primary reason for the rarity of albino deer is that both of the fawn's parents must be carriers of the recessive gene that causes the albino condition, according to Buckmasters. Albino deer are also more easily seen in the wild due to their color and cannot see as well as those without the albino condition, making them easier prey to their natural enemies.

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