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Smerinthus cerisyi of Sphingidae. When alarmed, resting adults exhibit a very striking defense mechanism: the body is hunched and the wings are flicked upwards to display a pair of glaring ‘eyes’, one on each side of the abdomen (which seems to resemble a beak at the presented angle). Following more disturbance a more dramatic scare tactic is used; this startling ‘face’ is further enhanced by repeated lowering and raising of the forewings, causing a blinking effect to the ‘ey
Prev post1 of 3Next Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is an irritating and uncomfortable condition with symptoms like redness, itching, inflammation, tearing, and sensations of a foreign body or burning in the eyes. The condition can be caused by bacteria, a virus, or allergies. When caused by bacterial infection, it usually affects both eyes
Eye Infections and Conjunctivitis DIY Natural Herbal Treatments Remedies Cures for Dogs, Cats In this article... • Typical Causes of an Eye Infection; • Typical Signs that Your Dog's or Cat's Eye May Be Infected; • Typical Signs of Pink Eye - Conjunctivitis • Contagiousness of Eye Infections • Treating and Curing Eye Infections o Topical Treatments o Ingested (Dietary) Remedies • Duration of Treatment • When To Get Your Dog to Your Veterinarian
White peacocks are not albinos; they have a genetic mutation that is known as leucism, which causes the lack of pigments in the plumage. Albino mammals and birds have a complete lack of color and red or pink eyes while White peafowl have blue eyes. The white color appears in other domestically bred peafowl but in different quantities. Chicks are born yellow and become white as they mature.
It's probably just this photo but it almost seems as if the nose, ears, tip of tail and paws are slightly darker than the main body of this white tiger. In domestic cats the true albino (pink eyed white) is linked to the same gene that causes Siamese and Himalayan. Wouldn't it be amazing to see those colors in a tiger?