A visit to the kingdom of albinos

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Humans, animals, and even plants can have albinism, a condition that gives living things a kind of pale appearance.


In other words, albinism is a genetic condition where living things are born without the usual color in their bodies. Moreover, their bodies can not make a normal amount of melanin, the chemical that is responsible for eye, skin, and hair color. Thus, most people with albinism have very pale skin, hair, and eyes, and living things with albinism are so called albinos.


The world of albinos also contributes to the various colour of our life, and here are some lovely images of albinos:

 

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Albino squirrel in South Croydon Park, Croydon

 

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Kangaroo called Bennett on Ruegen Island, Germany

 

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Albino crocodile in Sioux City, San Agustin, Gran Canaria

 

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Albino tortoise in Abufari sanctuary

 

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Albino 3-year old deer in Dusit zoo, Bangkok, Thailand

 

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Albino porcupine in Weirfield sanctuary, Lincolnshire

 

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Albino peacock in Wingham Park, Canterbury

 

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Albino bird in Woolmer Green, Hertfordshire

 

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A hunchback whale is found unique in Byron bay, Australia

 

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Albino lobster in Great Yarmouth Sea-Life Centre

 

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Albino skate named Tia Gamma was found in England

 

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Albino frog in China

 

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Albino penguin in Bristol Zoo

 

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Albino gorilla was born in Barcelona zoo in 1966 and died in 2003

 

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Albino panda

 

 

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I am an internet marketer and freelance photographer. I maintain various sites and blogs with a large audience. My hobby is collecting photographs of celebrities and writing comments on outstanding events in the field of entertainment.

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This article was published on 2010/01/21