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    Top 10 Albino Animals - Albino Hummingbird Hummingbirds are well known for their bright feathers and the fact that their tiny tongues are like knives, thanks for that tip, Principle Skinner. Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-animals-that-are-white-but-shouldnt-be.php#ixzz2PFoH8s6S

  • JoEllen Hill-Hughes

    albino hummingbird and red rose

  • Debbie Kugler

    Rare Albino Ruby Throated Hummingbird

  • Twyla Fierbaugh

    Beautiful White (Albino) Humming Bird with Red Rose!

  • Sondra Smith

    White Buffalo Prophecy | For an creature to be considered white and not albino means that ...

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    Albino Hummingbird - Hummingbirds are well known for their bright feathers and the fact that their tiny tongues are like knives, thanks for that tip, Principle Skinner. So imagine the surprise Kevin and Bethany Shank experienced when they saw a ghostly white hummingbird darting about their back garden, haunting their property with the gentle buzzing generated by the furious flapping of its tiny wings. Seeing an albino hummingbird is incredibly, if not impossibly rare.

  • Donna  ( Wicks ) Anderson

    Albino Hummingbird & Red Flower

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White-throated Mountain-gem - (Lampornis castaneoventris) is a hummingbird which breeds in the mountains of western Panama. It is replaced in southern Costa Rica by a distinct subspecies, the Gray-tailed Mountaingem, L. castaneoventris cinereicauda, which is very close to becoming a distinct species (García-Moreno et al., 2006). Another very close relative, the Purple-throated Mountaingem, is found sympatrically.