Here’s something you don’t see every day.
A video of an albino raccoon drinking from a backyard pond in Knox County, Tenn. surfaced online last Friday. Albino raccoons are extremely rare; an estimated one in 500,000 are born with the condition.
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The homeowner said three sibiling racoons, two of which are albino, showed up around their bird feeders last month.
“They visit a few times each week for sunflower seeds. Now they have separated and show up in the daytime as well as at night. The ringtail sleeps in the gazebo feeder during the day and the albinos wander blindly around.”
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h/t The Telegraph,