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Albino dolphins are otherwise normal dolphins that suffer from a congenital genetic disorder leading to the complete or partial lack of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. The lack of pigment often gives their albino ski... More »

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The Amazon River dolphin, which is also known as the boto or pink river dolphin, is estimated to number in the tens of thousands, according to the World Wildlife Fund. However, the pink river dolphin is still classified ... More »

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Pink dolphins live in the Amazon, Araguaia and Orinoco river systems in South America. The dolphins, also known as Amazon river dolphins, live in portions of the river systems that pass through Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia,... More »

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Horses do not have the true albino gene, which is a recessive gene that suppresses all pigment in the coat, skin and eyes. Some breed registries call white or near-white horses albinos, but the coloring of these animals ... More »

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Pink dolphins live in the Amazon, Araguaia and Orinoco river systems in South America. The dolphins, also known as Amazon river dolphins, live in portions of the river systems that pass through Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia,... More »

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Dolphins are mammals, and all mammals have some type of hair. There is a misconception that the bottlenose dolphin has no hair on its body, but dolphins do have a small area on their noses that produces hair. More »

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Albino California kingsnakes are specimens that, due to a genetic disorder, lack pigmentation in the skin. Albinism can affect all vertebrates, including humans. California kingsnakes can live more than 20 years and grow... More »

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