6 Animals With The Most Unique Color

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1. The White Tiger
The tiger is the largest cat in the world.  Tiger is characterized by having a creamy white coat with black stripes or random brown, bright blue eyes, and a striking pink nose.  This disorder is caused by a double recessive allele in the genetic code and only occurs in one in 10,000 births.  Facts about the White Tiger There are only about 200 white tigers left in the world.  White patches of white tigers in the wild Bengal last in India in 1951.

2. White Elephant
A white elephant is considered sacred in some cultures, especially in India, Burma, Cambodia, and Thailand.  Keeping white elephant is a very expensive venture, because the owner must provide the elephants with special food and provide access for people who want to worship.

3. White Lion
White lions are found in wildlife reserves in South Africa and is a rare color mutation of the Kruger subspecies of lion (Panthera leo krugeri).  White lions are not albino lions.  In contrast, the white color is caused by a recessive gene known as chinchilla color inhibitor.

It has been perpetuated by selective breeding in zoos around the world.  White lions first came to public attention in the 1970s in Chris McBride's book The Lions Timbavati white.  The largest population of white lions in the zoo where they deliberately bred for maintain.  White lion population is unknown, but the latest calculations in 2004 and 30 are still alive.

4. Crocodile White
White alligator. They belong to the family alligatoridae and limited to areas of the Southeast United States.  Their scientific name is Mississippie Alligator.  White alligator was first discovered by the Louisiana Land and Exploration Company in 1987 and was taken under the care and protection in the zoo Louisiana.  Their 18 hatchlings and all were male.  Like all crocodiles, they also live in freshwater marshes, swamps, rivers, lakes and small water bodies in the southeastern United States.

5. The White Giraffe
Very rare white giraffe seen and photographed by Mrs K Little in Botswana in 2006. Another white giraffe recorded in Tanzania in 1993, but very few records only difference from crocodiles is, the color of his skin that looks like a brownish-white ,  There are two types of white alligators, crocodiles and alligators White Albino leucistic.  They are very similar and confusing, but there is little difference between the two.  Albino has red eyes and Leucistics have blue eyes.

6. White Peacock
They are known as the Peacock Albino, but this is not technically correct.  This white peacock and peacock blue genetic variants of India. Through genetic mutation breeding is being maintained and white peacock can be found in parks and zoos around the world.

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