Rare baby albino elephant spotted in African wildlife park


Baby is special.πŸ’–πŸ’–

An extremely rare [albino] elephant was born in Kruger National Park in South Africa.

The unusual creature was spotted by a ranger near the Shingwedsi River. A lot of elephants came here to drink water and to take baths. The pink elephant was really easy to spot because of its skin what stands in contrast with the African elephants grey skin.

The little one was first spotted by Nicki Coertze.
The 58-year-old man said: He is a regular visitor of this place since he was just a little boy. He declared he’ve never seen anything like this.

According to wildlife experts, a lack of skin pigmentation is what [cau.ses the albini.sm]. But despite its breath-taking effect, this condition could cause eyesight. And sometimes even bl.indness.

Because of their unusual looking, [alb.ino] animals are often rejected by their herds.
Fortunately it is not the case here as this little pink fella seems to be more than accepted by his family!

Albino elephants can and do grow up strong and healthy in the wild. As with most elephants they are in protected environments. Elephants know what to do to protect their skin and this baby will learn quickly how to protect his eyes. Elephants are extremely intelligent. This precious baby will be fine.

Park attendants please see to it that he will be safe.

Please please love & look after this wonderful elephants. Thank you…!

God bless them!πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

Watch the precious video below:


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