Sightings of rare and mysterious white deer have become almost mythical over the centuries.
White whitetail-the albino deer is also known as the “white ghost,” exhibit pure white coats as well as pink noses, ears, and hooves.
The chances of a purebred albino deer being born are one in about 20,000, and their survival until adulthood is even worse.
This is because they lost their natural camouflage with their solid white coats, which make them so visible to predators.
During the winter, white deer blend in with the snowy surroundings and appear as ghosts are moving across the forest in a flash.
Bolder Junction in northern Wisconsin is home to the largest herd of a white deer in the state.
It is truly magnificent to see those magical creatures.