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Born in Hawaii, Zoe is the only known captive golden zebra in existence <3 Many people refer to Zoe as an albino, but Zoe actually is not an albino zebra. She has a condition called amelanosis. Amelanism, or amelanosis, is a pigmentation abnormality characterized by the lack of color pigments called melanins. Albinism is the complete absense of color pigments or melanins. Zoe’s body is white and her stipes are a beautiful golden beige color. She also has beautiful bright blue eyes!
beautiful This is Zoe, one of the only white Zebras in existence. She has blue eyes and gold stripes. My favorite animal in a unique state!!
The only White Golden Zebra known to be in captivity at this time is a Zebra named Zoe. Born in 1998. Her and her mother, Oreo, were moved to the Three Ring Ranch, which is an animal sanctuary on the Big Island of Hawaii. Some people refer to a White Golden Zebra as an albino. They are not an albino zebra. White Golden Zebra’s have a condition called Amelanism. Zoe’s body is white and her stripes are a beautiful golden beige color. She also has beautiful bright blue eyes!
beautiful This is Zoe, one of the only white Zebras in existence. She has blue eyes and gold stripes
Zoe, la única ''Cebra Blanca'' que queda en La Tierra. Tiene ojos azules y rayas doradas. ¡CUIDEMOS LAS ESPECIES!
I've got it! I've got this walking stuff covered - now if I can just make the next step.............
Born on the island of Moloka`i, Hawaii, Zoe is the only known captive white (golden) zebra in existence.
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Beautiful Baby Zebra - adorable just doesn't seem to cover it.:-)
Portrait of a magnifiscent white lion by Tambako the Jaguar, via Flickr
Love the grey and blue hue of this strong image
Tyger! Tyger! burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry? --William Blake
Wow a white Zebra, I believe her name is Zoe. Ive read that on some other posts.