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Name: Anna
Status: student
Age: 19
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Date: 2000-2001


Question:
This question is particularily to Michael B Lomonaco(since I could not find another way to contact him) but also to anyone who can help me out. Mr. Lomonaco in a previous question mentioned an army base that contained albino deer on its territory. I am desperately trying to find out which base this is because I have heard about this and want to research it. If anyone at all knows what base these albino deer are at, please let me know.


Replies:
There are white deer on the Department of Energy Argonne National lab site but I do not know whether they are albinos or just white. If they have pink eyes they are albinos...go to the Argonne National Lab site on the net and find out.

PF


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