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A single blonde chinstrap penguin was spotted by tourists on a National Geographic expedition at the edge of a South Shetland Island back in January 2012. At first glance, the penguin may look like an albino, but it actually has a rare condition called leucism.
Over half of America has at least one pet dog living with them. Tens of thousands of years ago, these friendly pet dogs we keep in our houses, who we often call a man’s best friend – – –
Leucism is quite a rare condition in animals, where there is loss of some pigmentation of the animal. This male cougar was photographed using a camera trap.
Living in the arctic is no easy job for the animal. It’s cold, barely any other animals live there, and it’s quite empty.
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