Aug 4, 2009
If there’s one thing that’s cuter than a regular animal, it’s an animal lacking in pigment. If the animal is just lacking melanin, it’s an albino, but if it lacks all skin pigments then it’s leucistic. One of the easiest ways to differentiate between the two types is by eye color. If they have red eyes, they’re albino. If their eyes are normal, then they’re leucistic. Or they could just be white. I’m not really sure how to make that distinction. You be the judge.
White Animals Mystery (all the way from Japan!)
Albino raccoons (and here’s another)
I think this squirrel is leucistic
OMG leucistic sugar glider falling asleep
Falcore the albino skunk
Albino kangaroo (and here’s another)
Seneca, New York’s 300 white deer
Baby white lion cubs!
Soft shell albino turtle
Look at this albino guinea pig
Beautiful white peacock
Casiopea the leucistic gecko
A rare albino alligator
Kingston the albino skunk eats a pickle.
Snowflake the albino gorilla
A collection of albino fish
So many animals, so little pigment
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