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A captive white tiger at the Singapore Zoo
A captive white tiger at the Singapore Zoo
A white tiger at the Madrid Zoo
A white tiger at the Madrid Zoo
Pseudo-melanistic white tiger
Pseudo-melanistic white tiger
A white tiger with almost no stripes at The Mirage in Las Vegas, the United States of America
A white tiger with almost no stripes at The Mirage in Las Vegas, the United States of America
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Leucistic white lions owe their colouring to a recessive allele. Note the eyes and lips remain the normal colour. Studies have shown that the reduced
Leucistic white lions owe their colouring to a recessive allele. Note the eyes and lips remain the normal colour. Studies have shown that the reduced pigment comes from a mutation in the gene for tyrosinase, the same as causes Type I oculocutaneous albinism in humans.
This white horse owes its coloring to a dominant allele (dominant white).
This white horse owes its coloring to a dominant allele (dominant white).
A leucistic rock dove. Both the eyes and legs are still of the normal colour.
A leucistic rock dove. Both the eyes and legs are still of the normal colour.
Leucistic Texas rat snake (Pantherophis obsoletus)
Leucistic Texas rat snake (Pantherophis obsoletus)