The three white stags were seen mating with dogs in the Hertfordshire fields. This kind of mating between animals is called leucism. A white stag’s head was taken after it was found on Exmoor in 2007. Seeing a lone white stag is pretty rare, but seeing three of them at once is like something out of a fairy tale.
This family of three was seen grazing with their dogs in the fields of Hertfordshire. White stags are rarely seen in the wild because their way of mating is controlled by a trait called leucism. Because they look like ghosts, they are easy prey for tгoрһу һᴜпteгѕ.
The three white stags were seen grazing with the dogs in the Hertfordshire fields. What the people who broke it said could be another story. People believe that if they end the life of a white stag, they will be cursed for the rest of their lives.
In fact, they already did. They have been shown as messengers from beyond the grave or as guides from the spirit world. So far, they have been in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.
The way that animals, which are rarely seen in the wild, are assassinate by humans is called leucism.
Sightings are rare and far apart; only a few white stags have been seen in Dorset and western Scotland in the past few years.
Leucism is a genetic condition that causes the hair on an animal’s head to thin and fall out.