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Great Big Albino pic thread

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Canadian Rottweiler

Here is a pic of my taxidermied albino king cobra(yes it's real)...

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SilverCougar
bloodmoon

cool pics, but the one listed as a bearded dragon is a gecko original.gif

and that guy holding the snapper is lucky he didnt loose a finger, you never hold a snapper like that :\

the albino gorilla is really cool original.gif

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Halo_Jones

Loved the gorilla, and the comparison pic of the albino aligator and normal one was fab!

Thanks for those Canadian....Buddy grin2.gif

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Panthera leo atrox

Neat, especially the komodo dragon. thumbsup.gif But the tiger isn't albino, it's leucistic.

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AnimangaBloodThorn

Oo, cool! I like the Komodo Dragon the most. He's purty. thumbsup.gif So is the Alligator.

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Canadian Rottweiler

Thanks for correcting me on any mistakes that I made. thumbsup.gif And thanks for complimenting my pics. thumbsup.gif My favorite would be the Komodo dragon.Well,except for my taxidermied albino king cobra grin2.gif

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Canadian Rottweiler

What does leucistic mean?

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TooFarGone

Once again, nice find

(go on msn)

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Canadian Rottweiler

Nice pics thumbsup.gif

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TooFarGone

SOOOOOOOOOOO>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>MANY>>>>>>>>>>>>LINKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Panthera leo atrox

Leucistic is similar to albino, but there is still pigment. All known white lions and tigers, for example, are leucistic.

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Canadian Rottweiler

Your first two are just albino people.They aren't as rare as some of the animals.Your third has already been posted.Here is another pic of that albino gorilla(whole body)...

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twpdyp
Your first two are just albino people

Those were not just ordinary albino people, they are Johnny and Edgar Winter, famous musicians.

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Canadian Rottweiler

Hmmm.Didn't know that.Thanks for the info. thumbsup.gifgrin2.gif

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Canadian Rottweiler

I know.But what I mean is that albino people aren't extremely rare.There is quite a few people like this.The albino animals are generally much more rare. grin2.gif

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Mysteryman

AWESOME PICS!

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Mysteryman

Great pictures Canadian!

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Canadian Rottweiler

Thanks dude. thumbsup.gif Took a while to find them all and post them. grin2.gif

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SilverCougar
I know.But what I mean is that albino people aren't extremely rare.There is quite a few people like this.The albino animals are generally much more rare. grin2.gif

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Accually within smaller speicies it's more common.. mice and rabbits come to mind.

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Canadian Rottweiler

Well,yeah.Common basic animals maybe.When do you ever see an albino moose or an albino komodo dragon though?

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Canadian Rottweiler
AWESOME PICS!

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Thanks dude. thumbsup.gifgrin2.gif

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SilverCougar
Well,yeah.Common basic animals maybe.When do you ever see an albino moose or an albino komodo dragon though?

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It's the same with humans. I have yet to meet or see outisde of pictures, albino humans.

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