North Dakota’s White Cloud Passes Away
The National Buffalo Museum has announced the passing of White Cloud.
The famous albino buffalo had been a part of the Jamestown herd for almost two decades.
In a release, the museum said White Cloud died peacefully of old age on Monday.
She was credited with attracting an estimated three million visitors to Jamestown.
White Cloud was born near Michigan, North Dakota, in 1996.
She came to live with the herd at the National Buffalo Museum in 1997 and gave birth to 11 calves during her time in Jamestown, including Dakota Miracle, a rare white bull.