American alligator Blanco will soon be moving to a plush reptile community.
An annual census off the Pacific coast turns up a distinctive marine mammal not seen since 2009.
Albinism, a rare skin condition, leaves some people without the genetic tools to make skin color. How does albinism occur, and how common is it?
The special green sea turtle is a one in a hundreds of thousands occurrence.
In keeping with the season, we look at animals on the pale side that have caught our eye in recent times.
The distinctive animal has a condition called leucism that results in loss of pigmentation.
The distinctive, 19-year-old reptile passed his yearly physical exam at the South Carolina Aquarium.
The rare Risso's dolphin makes its first appearance in the area since January.
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