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Rare white deer spotted in West Seneca

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Posted (IP: Staff) ·

 A rare white deer was spotted in West Seneca on Clinton Street, near Northwood Avenue in West Seneca Monday afternoon.

The West Seneca Police Department posted pictures of the deer, with the belief that it could possibly be a "Seneca White Deer."

The Department of Environmental Conservation chimed into the photos, saying that the creature appears to be a "leucistic white-tailed deer."



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White and piebald deer are becoming common in the Eastern U.S. because of the overpopulation and inbreeding. 

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