White lions at a private zoo in Dvorec village in the Czech Republic. Pigments are very important to animals for a number of reasons, such as providing camouflage, and protecting the skin and eyes from the sun. Some black bears living in Canada are b
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White peacocks are not albinos, but are instead leucistic, meaning that they can still produce some of their original pigmentation. This is why, for instance, this peacock's eyes are not pink.
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PHOTO: WIKIMEDIA COMMONS