Albinism is caused by a genetic abnormality that affects the production of melanin in living things.

This interferes with the cells that give hair, skin, eyes, scales, and feathers their color (or pigmentation).

Virtually any mammals can have albinism. It can also happen in birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians!

These 35 animals are affected by the condition and are some of the more unlikely creatures we’ve ever encountered! But #35, he just don’t care.