Melanistic animals

Melanistic Wolf--A hybrid of this and a German Shepherd would be BEYOND amazing.

a black wolf. these come in groups and can sometimes be friendly. but the evil lord is starting to make them to attack humans and any other living thing.

Melanism Vs. Albinism… a pink dolphin? a white deer? a white zebra?!!! SO COOL MAN, I WANT ONE OFTHESE!

Melanism Vs. Albinism

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melanistic animals- I feel stupid for not knowing this condition existed. I mean, since there is an opposite for nearly everything- why not albinism?

Melanistic Animals

Black Elephant, Sri Lanka.  I've spent a fair amount of time in Sri Lanka but never seen one like this!

Black Elephant Sri Lanka - FALSE - there are no black elephants, they are coated for ceremony purpose, but they are beautiful just the same!

Black Lion Looks Amazing - Hmmm.  I'm not sure but he looks Photoshopped.  If there is a melanistic  lion like this out there, I would be appropriately amazed and astounded.  Not to mention entirely in love.

Black Lion Looks Amazing

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Servals are members of the cat family found in Africa, notable for their very long legs and large ears. Like most felines, servals are prone to melanism but with one difference: the feature is more common in servals living at higher altitudes. It may be that melanism bestows advantages to the mountain-dwelling servals, perhaps relating to heat conservation and camouflage in rockier alpine environments.

Black Beauties: 10 Amazing Melanistic Animals

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The Silver Fox is a melanistic form of red fox. Silver foxes display a great deal of pelt variation: some are completely black, save for the white tail tip, while others are bluish-grey, and others may have a cinereous colour on the sides.

Tigers  -  two Rare Species  - White Tiger and Black Tiger (recessive trait causing  melanism: resulting in all black pigmentation of skin and fur)

Tigers - two Rare Species - White Tiger and Black Tiger (recessive trait causing melanism: resulting in all black pigmentation of skin and fur) I FOUND REN AND KISHAN!

Black (melanistic) deer

My name is Hannah old artist redhead, wood nymph, cat momma and all around animal lover.

Perhaps the most beautiful creature I've ever seen

Perhaps the most beautiful creature I've ever seen

The opposite of albinism called melanism, a recessive trait where the skin and fur are all black. This right here is photoshopped. There are not black Lions.

Hippotrague noir / Hippotragus niger / Sable Antelope. Répartition:la savane boisée de l'Afrique australe (Mozambique,Tanzanie, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambie, Namibie, Afrique du Sud, Congo, Angola).

Sable antelope (Hippotragus niger) - photo by Martin Harvey, via Arkive; Mature females eventually become a rich chestnut-brown to dark brownish-black and fully mature males are a glossy brownish-black to pitch-black, varying with the subspecies.

The black squirrel is a melanistic subgroup of the eastern grey squirrel. They are common in the Midwestern United States, Ontario, Quebec, parts of the Northeastern United States and Britain.

The black squirrel is a melanistic subgroup of the eastern grey squirrel. They are common in the Midwestern United States, Ontario, Quebec, parts of the Northeastern United States, and Britain. Someone put down some nuts for him to eat.

Black Squirrels were imported to Kent, OH from Canada. Love seeing Black Squirrels in Leland.:

Black Squirrels were imported to Kent, OH from Canada. You could practically keep them as pets at Kent State - they were hardly afraid of humans. They are native to WA State.

These Two Were Born In My Yard Last Spring, They Still Come Home To Visit From Time To Time

10+ Animals Who Came To Say ‘Hi’, And Melted Everyone’s Hearts

These Two Were Born In My Yard Last Spring, They Still Come Home To Visit From Time To Time(not my comment,I wish)

A very unusual genetic color variation in white-tailed deer — rarer even than albinism — produces all-black offspring in that species which are known as “melanistic” or “melanic” deer.

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A very unusual genetic color variation in white-tailed deer produces “melanistic” or “melanic” deer. But a “melanic” doe will rarely have spots as seen in this awesome picture, so this "may" be at the hands of photoshop.

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