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Mythical white stag photographed

Posted on Monday, 7 December, 2009 | Comment icon 22 comments | News tip by: Still Waters


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A photographer has succeeded in taking a picture of a rare white stag, an animal that has long been associated with mythology and featured in stories and legends from King Arthur to the Chronicles of Narnia.

"White stags have long been associated with mythology and legend, an elusive yet magnificent beast."

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Comment icon #13 Posted by DieChecker on 7 December, 2009, 19:36
I saw a white stag in Real Life once when I was a kid, about 30 years ago. Saw it across a ravine on Government land. It was a exciting experience.
Comment icon #14 Posted by Pinx on 7 December, 2009, 22:04
What a beautiful animal. Too bad the quality of the pictures isn't the best.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Bullseye on 8 December, 2009, 0:22
Lot of colour variation in the Fallow population around here (East Sussex),seen pure black,dark grey and blonde (wait for the jokes !),and all sorts in between.Never seen a white one yet,but many pubs called The White Hart,which around here means a Roebuck,believe in other parts of the UK,hart means a Red Stag?
Comment icon #16 Posted by odiesbsc on 8 December, 2009, 0:44
I've seen two white deer in my 65 years of life in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Too bad I didn't have a gun to shoot em' with. Odie
Comment icon #17 Posted by cerberusxp on 8 December, 2009, 1:44
Well we have white deer here in America. Though they are actually smaller in stature than white tail and mule deer. I seen a white doe in Iowa about 3 months ago.
Comment icon #18 Posted by susieice on 8 December, 2009, 3:47
They are beautiful animals. I can see why they reached mythical status. Maybe they just aren't as rare now as they used to be. They need to be protected.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Rhincewind on 8 December, 2009, 9:02
incestuous ? please do your reaserch before getting emotional
Comment icon #20 Posted by lordstanley on 8 December, 2009, 9:21
I really enjoy this post! I have read all the books of Narnia just recently, *as a adult I actually take time to read stuff I should of* and being away from UM this really brightened my night
Comment icon #21 Posted by Dranx on 7 September, 2010, 2:47
there is a herd of 500 in New York, on a Nature Reserve, look up 'Unicorn sitings CBS news'. i know it sounds weird to call them unicorns but tell CBS that.
Comment icon #22 Posted by Snr-Flaps on 7 September, 2010, 11:18
Stunning animal.


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