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White Penguin

Scientists spotted a rare adult, unpigmented Adelie penguin in Antarctica.

Penguins lacking pigmentation are referred to as "leucistic" and do not usually survive until adulthood because they attract predators and don't breed.

Don't tell the Norwegians, they might just shoot it!

Link (photo: Mawsons Hut Foundation/Brett Jarrett)- via I have seen the whole of the Internet


I'm a Norwegian...*scavenges house for dad's Mauser*

Well, as far as our white moose Albin is concerned, he's not to be shot. Over 30.000 Norwegians voted for keeping him, so hunters will have to put down their rifles as soon as they see him. And that's the last I've heard of him...
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