White Aligator, White Giraffe + 8 More Rare Albino Animals and Where to Find Them

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Albinism is a congenital absence of melanin pigment, which gives color to the skin, hair, or in the case of animals, fur, and the iris of the eye.

Today, Nexter.org gives you a chance to see these rare animals.

Gorilla

Source: Flickr

Snowflake is the only albino gorilla found in history! He was kept at Barcelona Zoo in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain from 1966 until his death.

Zebra

Source: owlcation

Albino zebras are sometimes called golden zebras. This is Zoe – one of the rarest zebras in existence, she was born on the Island of Molokai, Hawaii in 1998 and then moved to the Three Ring Ranch – an animal sanctuary on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Kangaroo

The only place in the world where you can see an albino kangaroo is Gorge Wildlife Park, .

Tiger

Source: Getty

You can see this beautiful albino tiger in Dreamworld, Gold Coast, .

Moose

Some people call them “Spirit Moose”. You can see some of them in Sweden, Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park, and Foleyet.

Crow

Source: Flickr

You can see one at Monika’s Wildlife Shelter or even somewhere on the streets of your own town if you’re lucky.

Giraffe

Source: Reddit/cyan1618

Some of these albino giraffes were spotted in Kenya conservation area.

Squirrel

Source: Untamed Science

Olney, Illinois is a small town known for its large population of albino white squirrels. But there is a chance to see them even in your own city park.

Alligator

Source: UpOut

This is Claude, he is an albino alligator who lives at the California Academy of Sciences.

Turtle

Source: Pinterest

You can spot on of these rare little guys on the beaches of .

Have you ever seen an albino animal?


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