An extremely rare white giraffe calf was recently spotted in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park. Omo is leucistic, which means she still has pigment in her soft tissues, such as her eyes, but not her skin cells. Though uncommon, leucism occurs in many species, including penguins, eagles, and hippos. Read More
For the next two weeks, readers can bid to rename her at www.wonname.com. Proceeds from the auction will go to conservation efforts in Tarangire National Park.
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