A very rare sight was caught on camera over the weekend in Kensington Metropark.  The department of wildlife estimates that only one in 30,000 people will witness a sighting like this.

An albino deer was caught on camera by dozens of onlookers inside of the Michigan Metropark.  The first photo was taken by 74-year-old Russell Rheaume, but after sharing the picture many more people were able to find the deer for themselves, including this Metro Detroit news crew.

Kensington Metropark is open to the public, so if you want to go try to see this rare deer with your own eyes, nothing is stopping you!

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