Frosty, the white buffalo, got a bath, his routine deworming, and was released into a pin of 7 potential mates in hopes of breeding some white buffalo babies. Frosty's new pin is located over by the RV park and includes a lovely pond and some great shade trees.
White buffalo are considered extremely rare, occurring in 1 out of every 10 million births, but there are several reasons a buffalo may be born white. While many white buffalo are albino, there are believed to be some that suffer a rare genetic condition that affects the pigmentation of the Buffalo hyde. Another reason for lack of pigmentation may be a result of cattle found in their ancestral line. Quapaw Nation is hoping the absence of color comes from genetics.