It’s not every day you see an albino deer, but if you’re a Wisconsin resident, your chances just improved. The state enjoys a famously high population of so-called “Ghost Deer,” which are unable to produce pigments, leaving their fur completely white and their noses pink.

Laws prohibiting the hunting of white deer in Wisconsin has allowed them flourish.

Seeing a deer shed his antlers is an event rarely witnessed by humans, much less captured on video!

January is normally too soon for antlers to fall off, but early shedding can occur when the winter is unseasonably warm.

Watch as this deer seems pretty shocked when he shakes his head and his antlers fly off. He seems to dart away in confusion, leaving the videographer with a pretty awesome souvenir.