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15 Rare And Unique Albino Animals

6. Raccoon

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According to some reports, only one in half a million raccoons are born without the pigment that gives them the distinctive black mask, stripe tail and fur markings. (source)

7. Squirrel

Albino Squirrel
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Squirrels have a one in a 100,000 chance of being albinos. They have white hair, white skin and red eyes. They also have vision problems. Albino squirrels have a hard time in their habitat since their white color makes them lose their camouflage advantage and can easily be spotted by predators. (source)

8. Deer

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An albino deer lacks the normal body pigment and has pink eyes. Based on deer hunter reports, only one deer in 30,000 is an albino. (source)


9. Snake

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Leucistic Texas Rat Snake is the beautiful white snake pictured above. It lacks pigmentation and is mostly found in Texas. (source)

10. Koala

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This albino koala at the San Diego Zoo was named Onya Birri. This means “ghost boy” in the Australian Aboriginal language. (source)


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