Courtesy Blue Planet Aquarium
  • Albino Creatures

    This pair of extremely rare white otter cubs surprised its keepers at the Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire Oaks, in the U.K. They are part of a litter of three baby Asian short-claw otters born in March, the U.K.'s Telegraph reported. These cubs, which are normally dark brown, are believed to have leucism, which makes the fur grow without its natural pigment.
    Courtesy Blue Planet Aquarium
  • Albino Creatures

    A pair of extremely rare white otter cubs have been born at the Blue Planet Aquarium, Cheshire Oaks.
    Courtesy Blue Planet Aquarium
  • Albino Creatures

    This pair of extremely rare white otter cubs surprised its keepers at the Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire Oaks, in the U.K. They are part of a litter of three baby Asian short-claw otters born in March, the U.K.'s Telegraph reported. These cubs, which are normally dark brown, are believed to have leucism, which makes the fur grow without its natural pigment.
    Courtesy Blue Planet Aquarium
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