Albinism is a congenital disorder that confiscates skin color, hair and eyes that occur from birth. The sufferer has a melanin deficiency or does not have the pigment at all.
Top 5 Most Beautiful Unique Albino Animals in the World
Albino is very pale white and should be protected from direct sun exposure. Biasana skin cancer is more common in albino than non-albino.
Albino animals face an almost insurmountable possibility when they are born in the wild. An albino baby will be seen as an oddity in their own species. The lucky albino animals are born in the zoo and get a pretty comfortable life and are made news by many news and environmental websites. Quoted from viola.bz , here are some rare and well-known albino animals in the world;
Snowflake the Gorilla
In the mid 60s this gorilla was captured by a farmer in Equatorial Guinea, Central Africa. The farmer had previously slaughtered the entire family of gorillas until only Snoflake remained. Snowflake was eventually rescued by the Zoo in Barcelona, even the local mayor announced and welcomed the gorilla’s arrival.
Claude the Crocodile
Claude the crocodile is the most famous inhabitant of the California Academy of Sciences. Born in captivity in Florida, he now spends his days around the Swamp in the corner of the Academy.
Orang Utan Albino from Borneo
The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation has rescued the orang-utan albino farmers in Kalimantan. The orangutan is now handled by BOSF and begins to determine the best path for conservation and protection of this albino orangutan.
Snowdrop the Penguin
The penguins’ snowdrop is one of the few albinoes to reach adulthood. Born at the Bristol Zoo in England and accepted by fellow penguins unconditionally. Snowdrop, however, lived only a few years before it suddenly died in August 2004.
Onya-Birri the Koala
This rare albino koala was born in 1997 at the San Diego Zoo . His name, Onya-Birri, means “ghost child” in Aboriginal language.
Albino animals include the biodiversity that we should safeguard. Albinism in humans should also not make the person shunned, hurt and bred.