Friday, April 25, 2008

Albino Animals

Rare hereditary condition in which the body has no tyrosinase, one of the enzymes that form the pigment melanin, normally found in the skin, hair, and eyes. As a result, the hair is white and the skin and eyes are pink. The skin and eyes are abnormally sensitive to light, and vision is often impaired. The condition occurs among all human and animal groups.

The condition is known to affect mammals (including humans), fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. While the most common term for an organism affected by albinism is "albino".

Maybe these albinos need to camouflage themselves in order to fit in. But being all white everyday makes it expensive to buy a whole wardrobe they should buy wholesale clothing online. Saving time and money!


1 comment:

Ricardo Avelino said...


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