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Albino raccoon

albino raccoon ~ it's difficult to even recognize it as a raccoon!

Albino raccoon

June 2010 It is estimated that albinism occurs about once in every raccoons. So, according to the National Weather Service, you have a better chance of being struck by lightening than ever seeing an albino raccoon!

An albino coati at the Belize Zoo. The coati is a relative of the raccoon, found mostly in Mexico, Central and South America. There are several species of coati: the ring-tailed, the white-nosed, and the island coati.

An albino coati at the Belize Zoo. The coati is a relative of the raccoon, found mostly in Mexico, Central and South America. There are several species of coati: the ring-tailed, the white-nosed, and the island coati.

21 fotografias de animais albinos

Mais 21 fotografias de animais albinos impressionantes

Only one in hedgehogs is born albino, with red eyes. I would LOVELOVELOVE to have an albino hedgie baby one day :)

. Nutria

Albino animals are incredibly rare in nature. They're so rare, in fact, that many ancient cultures considered albino animals to be magical. Albinism affects all vertebrate species and is the result of

White Cloud the only certified true albino bison in the world, roams with the herd owned by the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota.  She has had 11 calves as of spring 2014. One of those was Dakota Miracle, a white buffalo.

White Cloud the only certified true albino bison in the world, roams with the herd owned by the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota. She has had 11 calves as of spring One of those was Dakota Miracle, a white buffalo.

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