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Rare White Bison Born in Arizona
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Rare White Bison Born in Arizona

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Rare White Bison Born in Arizona

Rare White Bison Born in Arizona
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A rare white bison was born this week in Flagstaff, Ariz. The white bison calf holds religious symbolism for the Plains Indians, especially the Lakota Tribe. Lakota Elder Leonard Little Finger explains the significance of the albino bison to NPR's Scott Simon.

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