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  Albino animals
Albino joey and a grown up kangaroo keep out of the sunlight
1/8 An Albino joey and a grown up kangaroo keep out of the sunlight
Albino kangaroos, just like other albino animals, have to be careful not to get sunburnt
2/8 Albino kangaroos, just like other albino animals, have to be careful not to get sunburnt
Animals with no melanin in their skin are more likely to burn because they have less natural protection
3/8 Animals with no melanin in their skin are more likely to burn because they have less natural protection
Kangaroos are not the only type of animals who are albino - so it this kookaburra. Humans have the condition too
4/8 Kangaroos are not the only type of animals who are albino - so it this kookaburra
This albino lizard would have to be careful not to get eaten if he lived in the wild because he can't hide well
5/8 This albino lizard would have to be careful not to get eaten if he lived in the wild because he can't hide well
And this albino peacock could have problems attracting a mate
6/8 And this albino peacock could have problems attracting a mate
Persil the albino squirrel had a lucky escape when she was knocked out of a tree by a football. She's fine now though.
7/8 Persil the albino squirrel had a lucky escape when she was knocked out of a tree by a football. She's fine now though.
This 14-foot white Humpback whale keeps giving whale-watchers in Australia the slip. How could they miss him?
8/8 This 14-foot white Humpback whale keeps giving whale-watchers in Australia the slip. How could they miss him?

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