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User avatar #58 - dammriver (07/27/2013) [-]
First one isn't an albino peacock, it's just a white peacock. It's cool, nonetheless, but it isn't "albino".
User avatar #67 to #58 - alexjonez (07/27/2013) [-]
Right, because you know that peacock very well and have met him and made some experiments and confirmed that it's just a white peacock
User avatar #91 to #67 - dammriver (07/27/2013) [-]
Yes, of course everything white must be albino, lol. Albino animals lack pigmentation in everything, including their eyes.
#95 to #91 - alexjonez (07/27/2013) [-]
Because you can see a lot in their big, HUGE eyes in this high-detail close-up photo.
User avatar #105 to #95 - dammriver (07/27/2013) [-]
...I can see that the eye is really dark, which is normal for peacocks...

But, since there is a big debate on whether they are or aren't considered albino, I'm just gonna leave the rest alone. All that I will say is that white peacocks (or "albinos", as stated by many people) are actually common, while albino animals are rare...
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