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Red-Bellied Woodpecker

Red-Bellied Woodpecker

melanistic, albino and natural fallow deers photographed by Mszafran

deadstag: melanistic, albino and natural fallow deers photographed by Mszafran on deviantart Source here

#Albino zebra

~) An albino zebra at the African Safari Wildlife Park, in Port Clinton, OH.

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Image result for aesthetic green pheasant

Have you even seen a bird that looked pale? It might be leucistic.  Leucistic birds differ from albinos in that they can produce melanin but can't deposit it into their feathers, which results in muted or partial coloration.

Have you even seen a bird that looked pale? It might be leucistic. Leucistic birds differ from albinos in that they can produce melanin but can't deposit it into their feathers, which results in muted or partial coloration.

Piebald Robin  WHAT A BEAUTY

American Robin (leucistic) Leucistic is more the technical term for what you would call an albino, being white. Or partial white. This little robin just looks like she is having a bad day. Or got into a food fight on baking day.

Albinismo (341)Ghiandaia Azzurra

Albino Bluejay, have never seen one before, probably don't live long before other birds kills them.

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