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Great Big Albino pic thread

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Canadian Rottweiler

This zoo has many biologists that have been there,and vets,and they say that it is a true albino.I'll look for the site name...

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Universal Absurdity

Ive merged all 3 of your albino pic threads canadian, no reason to have the same topic 3 times

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Canadian Rottweiler

I wanted each new set of pics to stand out.But this way of them being merged is better. thumbsup.gif

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Panthera leo atrox

That would certianly be news. I'd love to see your scource. thumbsup.gif It has black stripes, thus it's leucistic.

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the_skeptic_guy

ya know.... it's people like canadaian that make this site a better place thumbsup.gif

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Canadian Rottweiler

Thanks so much dude. thumbup.gifclap.gifthumbup.gif

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the_skeptic_guy

no problem its true yah know thumbup.gif

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AliceCoopersGirl

This is my baby...she is not too happy about being in her hutch today...but the garden is being made escape proof.

She is an albino and is gorgeous. wub.gif

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AliceCoopersGirl

And another...sorry,I have to treble post as pics too big for one post...really sorry,honest.

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AliceCoopersGirl

This one is the cutest...she just looks so upset with me.

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girty1600

The Legend of the White Buffalo

One summer a long time ago, the seven sacred council fires of the Lakota Sioux came together and camped. The sun was strong and the people were starving for there was no game. Two young men went out to hunt. Along the way, the two men met a beautiful young woman dressed in white who floated as she walked. One man had bad desires for the woman and tried to touch her, but was consumed by a cloud and turned into a pile of bones. The woman spoke to the second young man and said, "Return to your people and tell them I am coming." This holy woman brought a wrapped bundle to the people. She unwrapped the bundle giving to the people a sacred pipe and teaching them how to use it to pray. "With this holy pipe, you will walk like a living prayer," she said. The holy woman told the Sioux about the value of the buffalo, the women and the children. "You are from Mother Earth," she told the women, "What you are doing is as great as the warriors do." Before she left, she told the people she would return. As she walked away, she rolled over four times, turning into a white female buffalo calf. It is said after that day the Lakota honored their pipe, and buffalo were plentiful. (from John Lame Deer's telling in 1967).

Many believe that the buffalo calf, Miracle, born August 20, 1994 symbolizes the coming together of humanity into a oneness of heart, mind, and spirit.

SACRED INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE CREATOR TO

NATIVE PEOPLE AT THE TIME OF CREATION

A. Take care of Mother Earth and the other colors of man.

B. Respect this Mother Earth and creation.

C. Honor all life, and support that honor.

D. Be grateful from the heart for all life. It is through life that there is survival. Thank the Creator at all times for all life.

E. Love, and express that love.

F. Be humble. Humility is the gift of wisdom and understanding.

G. Be kind with one's self and with others.

H. Share feelings and personal concerns and commitments.

I. Be honest with one's self and with others. Be responsible for these sacred instructions and share them with other nations.

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