White Buffalo Makes Home In Dallas

Sunday, Feb 17, 2013  |  Updated 10:45 PM CDT
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You can now see a rare white buffalo among the native Texas plants and animals at a downtown Dallas landmark.

Kevin Cokely & Amanda Guerra, NBC 5 News

You can now see a rare white buffalo among the native Texas plants and animals at a downtown Dallas landmark.

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A Downtown Dallas ranch is now home to a rare white buffalo.

Many stop by Fuel City to buy gas and tacos and see native Texas plants and animals, including five of the state's biggest longhorns.

On Saturday, "Lone Star" moved in. She is a 4-year-old white American bison. The rare animal is considered sacred in many Native American cultures.  It is a symbol of hope and rebirth.

NBC DFW learned the white buffalo is pregnant and expected to give birth this summer.

Fuel City is located 801 South Riverfront Blvd. It includes eight acres on the banks of the Trinity River at the interchange of I-30 and I-35E.  

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