Tanzania, Africa has a wildlife park of about 2,000 giraffes where scientists go to learn more about the giant animals…which then led them to discover Omo.
Omo is the only recognised white giraffe to ever exist, with an almost albino coat of hair.
Omo is leucistic,” says environmentalist Dr. Derek Lee. “This means that many of her skin cells are unable to make a pigment, but some are, so she is whitish — but not pure white with red or blue eyes
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