Rare Albino Animals Prove You Don’t Need Color to Look Spectacular

The animal world is so diverse and full of spectacular species. There is a certain feature that sets apart the males from the females in the animal kingdom, namely the color of fur or feathers. But just like humans, animals and birds can also be born with albinism, a congenital disease that results in loss of pigmentation. And since it is a rare sight, you should feel very lucky if you spot an albino animal.
You can recognize albinism in the animal kingdom after white fur, pinkish skin, and red or violet eyes. Being born with this condition exposes both humans and animals to a set of diseases, such as skin cancer or poor eyesight and it was discovered that albinism is present in more than 300 species in North America.
Among the most common are albino deer, frogs, and even raccoons. Have you ever stumbled upon such a beautiful creature when taking a walk outdoors? If not, there are plenty of photographers who managed to capture them on camera to share this beautiful and unique phenomenon with the word.


Baby turtle


There are only a handful of albino alligators in the world…

Humpback whale

Can you imagine coming across this ghostly reindeer in the forest?

This shockingly white moose

Albinism is genetic, so it’s not surprising that someone ran across a whole family of albino deer.

Peacocks are known for their stunning beauty in a range of colors.

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