An albino bristlenose pleco is a small South American fish with fleshy bristles around its head and lips and very pale coloration due to a lack of melanin. Most bristlenose plecos are mottled brown and have dark eyes. More »

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A bristlenose pleco is a catfish with numerous fleshy hairlike growths on the top of the muzzle in a loose formation. These catfish are also called bushynose plecos. Only adult male bristlenose plecos grow the distinctiv... More »

A bristlenose pleco is a catfish with numerous fleshy hairlike growths on the top of the muzzle in a loose formation. These catfish are also called bushynose plecos. Only adult male bristlenose plecos grow the distinctiv... More »

Some pit bulls have albinism, an inherited trait that prevents cells from producing the pigment melanin. This lack of pigment gives cells a pink, white or bleached appearance. Albinism can be complete or partial, but not... More »

An albino pug is a small domesticated dog of the pug breed whose skin, fur and eyes are entirely devoid of melanin. Melanin is a brown to black pigment responsible for the color present in the skin, hair and iris of many... More »

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An albino Great Dane is a dog that is unable to produce the pigment melanin. Melanin is a pigment present throughout the dog's body, not just in the coat or skin, and lack of this pigment has important consequences for h... More »

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The butterfly pleco is a catfish species native to the tributaries of South America's Amazon River, and it's a popular aquarium fish. Reaching 5 to 7 inches in length, the specimen is identified by its striped body patte... More »

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