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, these animals are also referred to as African white lions and are classified under the subspecies Panthera leo krugeri. Description from…

A nervous Arctic Fox (just like dogs, the mouth licking signals nervousness as well as pin-pointed pupils).

The pure and so beautiful Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) is native to the Northern Hemisphere and is common throughout the Arctic tundra.

León albino.

The rare white lion. This lion is beautiful. Imagine this lion, running through the African plain at sunset, with the rays from the sun shining around his mane, moving to the rhythm of his powerful legs.

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Doug Lindstrand Premium Thick-Wrap Canvas Wall Art Print entitled Front view of a full-curl Dall sheep ram, Chugach mountains, Southcentral Alaska, Winter, None

This is Ivory and Saraswati, a white lion and white tiger. In December 2013 they had the first liter of white ligers.

2017 - The brothers’ parents are Ivory, a white lion, and Saraswati, a white tiger. White lions and tigers are almost as rare as ligers—there are just white tigers and 300 white lions in the world.

Enchanted Nature / Majestic White Lion

Who remembers this cartoon - Kimba the white lion? He's the friendliest lion around. Oh Kimba the white lion.

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Albino Monkey ~ at a Monkey Park in Xishuangbanna, China. His facial expression is so human-like, like a mobster. Yeah, what ya want? What ya lookin at? Ain't you never seen a white monkey before?

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Paty An adorable white lion cub is photographed in his pen at the Pont-Scroffs Zoo in France. What a cutie!

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white lion, Safaripark Stuckenbrok----Look what came in with the white cats.

Notice the color on nose and around mouth.  Albinos have no color pigment.  This is a white lion, not an albino...

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An indulgent collection of photographs depicting albino animals getting on with their daily business. Albino animals look cool: FACT.

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White Lion~National Geographic photographer Toni Tanner What a big baby!

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