Saturday, May 5, 2012

White buffalo

  • The Hunt County Sheriffs Department is among several agencies investigating the gruesome death of a rare white buffalo, born nearly a year ago on a ranch near Greenville, Texas.
  • (FOX News)
  • Lightning Medicine Cloud, a rare non-albino white buffalo, was discovered killed and skinned at Lakota Ranch in Greenville, Texas. The white male buffalo calf was considered scared to some local Native Americans.
  • (The Inquisitr)
  • GREENVILLE - Lightning Medicine Cloud, a white buffalo, was born onto Arby Little Soldier's Lakota Ranch with great ceremony. Now, at just under one-year-old, the sacred and rare calf is dead.
  • (KHOU)
  • A white buffalo calf, whose birth was heralded nearly a year ago as a sacred event for American Indians, was found dead Monday at his home on the Lakota Buffalo Ranch in Hunt County. The mother of the calf also was found dead in the following days.
  • (Dallas Morning News)
  • GREENVILLE, TX -- Authorities are investigating the death of a rare white buffalo on a North Texas ranch just days shy of its first birthday. Lakota Ranch owner Arby Little Soldier says he found the buffalo, named Lightning Medicine Cloud, dead Monday.
  • (Abc Local Web)
  • A rare white buffalo calf that became the centre of a Native American cult has died mysteriously just days before its first birthday.
  • (Daily Mail)
  • GREENVILLE, Texas. -- A rare white buffalo considered sacred among members of the Native American community was found killed and skinned in Texas.
  • (myfoxny.com)
  • GREENVILLE, Texas — Authorities are investigating the death of a rare white buffalo on a North Texas ranch just days shy of its first birthday.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Lighting Medicine Cloud, a rare white buffalo born in 2011, and his mother were found dead at the Lakota Buffalo Ranch in Hunt County this week just weeks after the calfs father was fatally struck by lightning.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Tribal members are doing what they can to make sure their long time traditions dont go the way of buffalo hunting We lose some moose to brain worm which is a parasite carried by white tail deer. We know they are exposed to a number of other diseases.
  • (msnbc.com)

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