creepicrawlies:

Rare Albino Snail Discovered in New Zealand
New Zealand Department of Conservation/via

creepicrawlies:

Rare Albino Snail Discovered in New Zealand

New Zealand Department of Conservation/via

(via thedarkshallemerge)


beautifulgirlsandlovelyladies:

Another beautiful albino, just the way the hair blends in with her outfit and her skin makes it unbelievable, beautiful x10
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beautifulgirlsandlovelyladies:

Another beautiful albino, just the way the hair blends in with her outfit and her skin makes it unbelievable, beautiful x10

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Another shot of a white mockingbird. Nearly every species of bird known to man has had some white or albino individuals reported. 

Another shot of a white mockingbird. Nearly every species of bird known to man has had some white or albino individuals reported. 


White Mockingbird

White Mockingbird


White moose in Canada. You can see how there are many different shades and varieties of leaucism. 

White moose in Canada. You can see how there are many different shades and varieties of leaucism. 


Some white/albino moose are protected but most are legal to hunt. Any successful shooting guarantees media coverage. 

Some white/albino moose are protected but most are legal to hunt. Any successful shooting guarantees media coverage. 


Albino and white moose have been reported in Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Vermont, Norway and Ontario. Wherever there are moose, there seem to be the anomalies. 

Albino and white moose have been reported in Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Vermont, Norway and Ontario. Wherever there are moose, there seem to be the anomalies. 


Here’s an example of an albino moose cow with two regular colored but carrying the albino gene calves. If these calves mate with another carrier or an albino, there is a 1/4 chance (two carriers) and a 1/2 chance (albino/regular mating) to produce an albino moose. 

Here’s an example of an albino moose cow with two regular colored but carrying the albino gene calves. If these calves mate with another carrier or an albino, there is a 1/4 chance (two carriers) and a 1/2 chance (albino/regular mating) to produce an albino moose. 


Albino moose! Normally, only 1 in 100,000 moose have the albino trait, which is recessive but where there is one or more visible albino you can bet that there is the albino gene carried by normal colored moose. 

Albino moose! Normally, only 1 in 100,000 moose have the albino trait, which is recessive but where there is one or more visible albino you can bet that there is the albino gene carried by normal colored moose.