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Albino Squirrel
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Uploader comment: Odds are 100000 to 1 a squirrel will be born albino. In otherwords, there is/was only one right now/for a while ago. Any comments?

Image status: EXPLAINED A rare but very real albino squirrel.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by crypto-dude on 4 May, 2006, 1:44
I've actually seen quite a few pics of albino squirels.
Comment icon #9 Posted by trandoshan on 4 May, 2006, 6:51
DEAMON, or could just be the loss of pigment. either or
Comment icon #8 Posted by lost-soul. on 4 May, 2006, 22:14
there are 2 albino squirels in the park just down the road from me, i've seen them around for a few years (although i don't know the average life span of a squirel so there could be more than 2) i live in the uk just south of london.
Comment icon #7 Posted by robrampage on 8 May, 2006, 21:37
There is a town in the usa which is full of them. Due to distant cross breeding no doubt. The local police insignia badge even features it.
Comment icon #6 Posted by pinoyboy13 on 9 May, 2006, 2:48
I live in Glen Allen Virginia now and in a little suburb rich place called wyndham or whyndam and like we always se this one albino squirrel and we went up to it it wont move u can actulayy get withing a foot of it and it wont run it just stands there and eats the nuts you can acctually take a picture and just watch it until its done its really cool
Comment icon #5 Posted by greenman81 on 20 May, 2006, 9:37
there was an albino squirrel on my college campus at the university of st thomas in st paul, minnesota. saw it numerous times during my college years
Comment icon #4 Posted by kittyboo on 23 May, 2006, 23:50
aww...it's so cute!! I want one. :(
Comment icon #3 Posted by roma hicks on 20 June, 2006, 19:34
Not to far from where I live is a town known for its white/albino squirrels. It is the town of Marionville, Missouri. It is not very big at all, but it has several white squirrels.
Comment icon #2 Posted by digitalchimera on 10 July, 2006, 21:57
Im not sure about the 100000 to 1 thing.I got an albino python and brother.
Comment icon #1 Posted by raku on 15 October, 2006, 15:06
ahhhh! its soo cute! i love squirels there adorable!


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