Yes, it’s true. A white stag was seen near Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
And the deer was photographed! It has only four points now, but imagine what it will look like with a full rack.
The newspapers all say that the deer is albino, but in fact, it probably has leucism, a rare genetic alteration that causes the skin to lose its pigment, but not the eyes.
Also, check out my other post about a white stag in Scotland. This is, surprisingly, my 2nd most popular post by the number of readers.