9. Albino deer are incredibly rare with only one in every 30,000 having this sort of lack of pigmentation.
10. Albino alligators are rarely seen in the wild due to them having an average survival span of 24 hours. This short life expectancy is due to the white pigment giving the alligators a lack of protection from UV and also a harder time hiding from predators.
11. Without their signature black and white coats, albino skunks may look less threatening. However, albinism doesn’t affect their scent glands.
12. Albino chipmunks have low survival rates due to their white coat being so noticeable for predators like hawks, owls, or even cats.
13. Known as the only white gorilla in the world, Snowflake was a famous albino primate who, according to research, got his white coloring due to being inbred.
14. While albino koalas are known to exist in the wild, Onya-Birri is the only one known to science. This rare koala was born in 1997 at the San Diego Zoo.
15. Albino zebras can range in color, but most have a pale tan or gold stripes, which separate them visually from their high-contrast striped counterparts.
16. Albino green turtle hatchlings are said to occur at a rate of one in many hundreds of thousands. However, only 1 in 1,000 is said to make it to adulthood with their rare white appearance making them more susceptible to predators.
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