25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life


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Albinism has always been a marvel in human society, and it’s fascinating to see that this wonder is also found in the animal kingdom. It’s a rare sight, causing the skin, hair, and eyes to have little to no pigment, resulting in everything on the body appearing white. It’s a spectacle so visually wonderful that it never fails to make people’s jaws drop, and it’s even more baffling when we see an animal that looks so abnormally exquisite.

The Bright Side team thought that this beauty ought to be showcased to the world, because these animals are so spectacular that they look as if they’ve come straight out of a fairy tale.

1. This sunbathing alligator looks like a statue made of marble.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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2. It’s incredible to see them in contrast to each other.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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3. This half and half peacock is literally breathtaking.

4. Oh dang. This bear doesn’t quite match the rest of his family.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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5. This Doberman is still loved by his family, and what a squad they are!

6. Snowy the skunk absolutely loves cuddles with her human.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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7. Albino crows are so majestic.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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8. Albino rhino looks like he’s made out of chalk.

9. Hoot hoot, an albino owl!

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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10. “A rare white reindeer makes a magical appearance in Sweden.”

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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11. This albino English Setter still rocks those puppy dog eyes!

12. “So I finally saw my first albino animal, that wasn’t online or in a zoo. It’s a mildly interesting achievement.”

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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13. “Sssssso what, I don’t have pigmentation? I’m ssssstill amazing!”

14. This albino tapir is more rare than the other animals since this is the first known picture of the this animal with albinism!

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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15. “I was doing yard work and found an albino praying mantis!”

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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16. It’s crazy that this creature wasn’t meant to look this stunning in the first place.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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17. “A friend has been hiding dog food in a stump for this raccoon family. They arrive around dusk nearly every evening.”

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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18. Surely this gorgeous horse must have been made by witches.

19. Trying to get a tan…

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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20. Imagine finding this little beauty in your garden.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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21. Look at how this catfish shines in the light because of its unusual scales.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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22. Another incredible peacock — although this one is completely white!

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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23. I don’t quite know if I’d want to see this albino moth in real life…

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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24. “An albino baby turtle swims with green sea turtle babies in a pond on Khram Island, near Pattaya, Thailand.”

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25. Regardless of their condition, there’s no denying how captivating these creatures are.

25 Albino Animals Who Are As Real As Your Life
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Which species made your jaw drop the most? Tell us in the comments, and if you’ve caught a rare, spectacular moment on camera, show us that too!

Preview photo credit unknown / reddit, Sarah Gibbens / National Geographic


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