Albino squirrel

Albino squirrel

Albino squirrel. A rare albino squirrel sits on a tree in Sussex. Picture date: Saturday January 23, 2021. The Forestry Commission said squirrels are born albino and the condition is caused by a rare gene inherited from the parents. The gene is not dominant, meaning that a white squirrel can have grey siblings. Their white fur makes them more vulnerable to attack from predators as they have no natural camouflage. See PA story ANIMALS Squirrel. Photo credit should read: Clive Marshall/PA Wire URN:57705690 (Press Association via AP Images)

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January 24, 2021 10:03:15 AM
January 24, 2021 12:58:40 PM
Clive Marshall
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Animals, Rodents, Land environment, Land management, Environment and nature, Environment, Natural resource management, Land management, Forestry
ANIMALS, Squirrel
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