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Name: Steve
Status: other
Age: other
Location: TN
Country: N/A
Date: 7/9/2005


Question:
I have seen some white deer in my area that do not appear to be albinos but could possibly be. They are does that appeared to be pregnant. I have always heard that Albinos are not able to reproduce is this correct?


Replies:
Albinos may not survive because of their lack of protective coloring, but there is usually nothing physiological or genetic to keep them from reproducing.

J. Elliott


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