Black & White (Albino) Alligators black and white animals nature wildlife alligator albino
Albino vervet (but he doesn't have pink eyes but is very cute). Photo is linked to wikipedia entry.
The white peacock is like "let's see how you like your colourful feathers scattered around.and the blue peacock is like "WTF?" Imagine the white peacock is Lord Shen XD
Albino animals are incredibly rare in nature. They're so rare, in fact, that many ancient cultures considered albino animals to be magical. Albinism affects all vertebrate species and is the result of
wonderful albino mother and baby kangaroo
albino squirrels - Olney, Illinois, is one of only a few towns where you'll find "white squirrels.
albino lions and tigers
Albinism is a defect of melanin production that results in little or no color (pigment) in the skin, hair, and eyes. Check this albino snake.
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