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taken at Symbio Wildlife Park, Helensburgh NSW – October 2011
A leucistic white peafowl is maintained by selective breeding,this mutation is commonly mistaken for an albino
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What you see in my photography is what comes to me naturally, I am an avid amateur and aim for personal improvement and progression in the art of photography.
Simply stunning capture.
thank you : )
– natalie angus
thank you Trish
Oh this is so gorgeous! I didn’t know they came in white, is this an albino? What a wonderful tail spread! Excellent shot!
Thanks Joanne, no this is not albino, it is maintained by selective breeding and is caused by Leucism, which is a condition characterized by reduced pigmentation in animals and humans. Unlike albinism, it is caused by a reduction in all types of skin pigment, not just melanin. You can thank Wikipedia for your science lesson ; )
Congratulations! Featured Oct 18 2011. Great image!!!!
thank you so much Sue :)
Very nice creation
Thank you John
Thank you Di, much appreciated :)
Amazing image – congrats on the Zoofari feature
thank you for the lovely comment and favourite Carol : )
thank you Isabel, very honoured
10-25-11CONGRATULATIONS!PERMANENT FEATURE GALLERY: White … like silent Wings
thank you so much Kira : )