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Legendary Albino Raccoon
updated: Jul 05, 2014, 12:30 PM

By Edhat Subscriber

Before the fireworks, our friendly neighborhood albino raccoon and a friend set out to forage. I shooed them back to their den and made sure they had something to eat.

Most wildlife biologists agree that albinism -- a complete lack of pigment in the skin and hair -- occurs once in about every 750,000 raccoons. According to the National Weather Service, a person has a better chance of being struck by lightning.

Source: You have a better chance of being struck by a bolt from Mother Nature than seeing an albino raccoon

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