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Rare albino fawn rescued by Calif. truck driver from middle of the road

While traveling between rice fields in Yolo County, Calif., a truck driver swerved to avoid a little white mound in the middle of the road. The driver kept going, but when he saw another truck veer behind him, he decided to turn around

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