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    Albino Elk

    These are Elk in Nv. I didn't take these but I know the guide that did. These are two different bulls and supposedly there are more.

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    very cool. look almost like caribou.

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    Yes I agree. Very Cool and do almost look like Caribou...

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    With the dark faces and legs, would those be considered piebald, instead of albino? Either way, I bet those suckers stick out like a sore thumb.
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    They have dark eyes, not pink. Not true albino, but beautiful and unique anyway.
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    I thought the same thing. These pics were taken last year

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    Ive seen an albino cow in nv that was pretty neat.
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    I want one.... I think you have made up my mind on 5th choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    I want one.... I think you have made up my mind on 5th choice
    You know the area DR

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    Yes sir. Thanks to a friend.

 

 

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