Ghost Deer * White deer do occur naturally in the wild. They are quite elusive, rarely seen and smaller than other white tailed deer. They are a protected species and the majority of a small population live in upper NY state, safe from hunters.
White deer of the Senecas, not albinos (they do not have red eyes), are a recessive form of white-tailed deer, the Seneca herd numbers about 200 animals and is the largest of its kind in the world, called 'Ghost deer' in Native American oral tradition
There is only one species, or kind, of giraffe. But not all giraffes are the same. There are eight different groups of giraffes. Each group of giraffes has a different coat pattern. The pattern is a clue to which group a giraffe belongs to.