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ITALY/
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May 16, 2007
An albino baby wallaby, named "Pino" by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, stands in its cage in Valbrembo,...
VALMBREMBO, Italy
An albino baby wallaby stands in its cage in Valbrembo
An albino baby wallaby, named "Pino" by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, stands in its cage in Valbrembo, northern Italy May 16, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18, and came out of its mother's pouch about two weeks ago, according to the staff of the nature park. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY/
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May 16, 2007
An albino baby wallaby, named "Pino" by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, gets food from its mother's...
VALMBREMBO, Italy
An albino baby wallaby gets food from its mother's pouch in Valbrembo.
An albino baby wallaby, named "Pino" by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, gets food from its mother's pouch in Valbrembo May 16, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18, and came out of its mother's pouch about two weeks ago, according to the staff of the nature park. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY
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March 28, 2007
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of...
VALBREMBO, Italy
A baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother...
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother in Valbrembo, northern Italy March 28, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY
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March 28, 2007
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of...
VALBREMBO, Italy
A baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother...
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother in Valbrembo, northern Italy March 28, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY
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March 28, 2007
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of...
VALBREMBO, Italy
A baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother...
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother in Valbrembo, northern Italy March 28, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY
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March 28, 2007
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of...
VALBREMBO, Italy
A baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother...
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother (R) in Valbrembo, northern Italy March 28, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY
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March 28, 2007
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of...
VALBREMBO, Italy
A baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother...
A albino baby wallaby, named 'Pino' by the staff of Le Cornelle nature park, peers from the pouch of his mother in Valbrembo, northern Italy March 28, 2007. Pino was born in the park on March 18. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
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Ontario's New Albino Groundhog - 02 Feb 2007
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BRAZIL
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January 10, 2007
A baby albino alligator swims at Sao Paulo's Aquarium January 10, 2007. Sao Paulo's Aquarium, South America's...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A baby albino alligator swims at Sao Paulo's Aquarium
A baby albino alligator swims at Sao Paulo's Aquarium January 10, 2007. Sao Paulo's Aquarium, South America's biggest thematic aquarium, holds two rare albino alligators, both measuring about 44-centimetres. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
INDIA
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August 01, 2006
An albino white peacock is seen inside its enclosure at a zoological park in New Delhi August 1, 2006....
New Delhi, India
Albino white peacock is seen inside its enclosure at zoological park in New Delhi
An albino white peacock is seen inside its enclosure at a zoological park in New Delhi August 1, 2006. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
ARGENTINA ZOO WALLABY
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April 12, 2006
A three-month Wallaby albino eats besides its Red Necked mother inside their enclosure at Buenos Aires'...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Three-month Wallaby albino eats inside its enclosure at Buenos Aires' zoo
A three-month Wallaby albino eats besides its Red Necked mother inside their enclosure at Buenos Aires' zoo, Argentina April 12, 2006. The baby wallaby is the zoo's new attraction and its name will be chosen by children in a contest. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA ZOO WALLABY
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April 12, 2006
A three-month Wallaby albino eats beside its Red Necked mother inside their enclosure of the Buenos Aires'...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Three-month Wallaby albino eats inside its enclosure of the Buenos Aires' zoo
A three-month Wallaby albino eats beside its Red Necked mother inside their enclosure of the Buenos Aires' zoo, Argentina, April 12, 2006. The baby wallaby is the zoo's new attraction and its name will be chosen by children in a contest. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
SRI LANKA
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June 29, 2005
Two-week-old Sri Lankan Albino cobras move at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo, Sri Lanka,...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Two-week-old Sri Lankan Albino cobras move at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo.
Two-week-old Sri Lankan Albino cobras move at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo, Sri Lanka, June 29, 2005. In April 2005, a female albino cobra laid 20 eggs. 13 snakes emerged from the eggs on June 16, 2005, zoo officials said. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/JK
COLOMBIA
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June 15, 2005
A Colombian albino Peacock opens his plumage at Botanic Garden in Bogota June 15, 2005. REUTERS/Eliana...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian albino Peacock open his plumage at Botanic Garden in Bogota.
A Colombian albino Peacock opens his plumage at Botanic Garden in Bogota June 15, 2005. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte EA/KS
COLOMBIA
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June 15, 2005
A Colombian albino Peacock opens his plumage at the Botanic Garden in Bogota June 15, 2005. REUTERS/Eliana...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia albino Peacock open his plumage at Botanic Garden in Bogota.
A Colombian albino Peacock opens his plumage at the Botanic Garden in Bogota June 15, 2005. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte EA/KS
INDIA
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May 30, 2005
A white peacock displays its feathers on a hot day inside a zoo in New Delhi May 30, 2005. REUTERS/B...
New Delhi, India
A white peacock displays its feathers on a hot day inside a zoo in New Delhi.
A white peacock displays its feathers on a hot day inside a zoo in New Delhi May 30, 2005. REUTERS/B Mathur PP05060074 VM/JK
JORDAN
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May 10, 2005
A white peacock displays its feathers in a bird park in Amman May 10, 2005. Hundreds of visitors, especially...
Amman, Jordan
A white peacock displays its feathers in a bird park in Amman.
A white peacock displays its feathers in a bird park in Amman May 10, 2005. Hundreds of visitors, especially students, visit the bird park daily. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji PP05050270 AJ/SA
BELGIUM PARADISIO
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June 12, 2003
An albino blue peafowl walks through the gardens at the birds of prey and
animal park Parc Paradisio,...
Cambron-Casteau, Belgium - Kingdom of
TO MATCH WITH FEATURE STORY BIRD PARADISE PARK.
An albino blue peafowl walks through the gardens at the birds of prey and
animal park Parc Paradisio, in Cambron-Casteau, southern Belgium, June 12,
2003. The 55-hectare park, set in the ruins of an abbey which once belonged
to one of Napoleon's generals, is home to more than 300 species of different
birds and animals, some of which are endangered. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

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RTROKBS
May 30, 2003
A rare albino peacock spreads its' tail feathers in La Boissiere du Dore
Zoo, near Nantes, western France,...
Boissiere Du Dore, France (French Republic)
ALBINO PEACOCK SPREADS ITS TAIL FEATHERS IN LA BOISIERE DU DORE ZOO,
WESTERN FRANCE.
A rare albino peacock spreads its' tail feathers in La Boissiere du Dore
Zoo, near Nantes, western France, May 30, 2003. Every year the zoo takes in
pairs of different species of endangered animals to help encourage their
reproduction and later reintroduce them into the wild. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Daniel Joubert PP03060074

DJ/MA
RTRNLY1
May 15, 2003
A two month old white lion cub yawns at Ouwehands Zoo in Rhenen, May 15,
2003. After two months the...
Netherlands
WHITE LION CUB YAWNS AT OUWEHANDS ZOO ON HIS FIRST DAY OUT OF
HIS ENCLOSURE.
A two month old white lion cub yawns at Ouwehands Zoo in Rhenen, May 15,
2003. After two months the lion cubs are allowed to explore their habitat.
There are only an estimated 30 white lions in the world, most of which are
kept in captivity, because the chances of surviving in the wilderness,
especially for white males are very slim, due to the high value of their
white fur. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Michael Kooren PP03050053

MKN/AS
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May 15, 2003
Two month old lion cubs plays in the lions enclosure at Ouwehands Zoo in
Rhenen, May 15, 2003. After...
Netherlands
WHITE LION CUB PLAYS IN OUWEHANDS ZOO ON THEIR FIRST DAY OUT OF
THEIR ENCLOSURE.
Two month old lion cubs plays in the lions enclosure at Ouwehands Zoo in
Rhenen, May 15, 2003. After a two month period the lion cubs are allowed to
explore their habitat. There are only an estimated 30 white lions in the
world, most of which are kept in captivity, because the chances of surviving
in the wilderness, especially for white males are very slim due to the value
of their white fur. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/ Michael Kooren PP03050053

MKN/JDP
RTRNLXP
May 15, 2003
Two month old lion cubs plays in the lions enclosure at Ouwehands Zoo in
Rhenen, May 15, 2003. After...
Netherlands
WHITE LION CUB PLAYS IN OUWEHANDS ZOO ON THEIR FIRST DAY OUT OF
THEIR ENCLOSURE.
Two month old lion cubs plays in the lions enclosure at Ouwehands Zoo in
Rhenen, May 15, 2003. After a two month period the lion cubs are allowed to
explore their habitat. There are only an estimated 30 white lions in the
world, most of which are kept in captivity, because the chances of surviving
in the wilderness, especially for white males are very slim due to the value
of their white fur. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/ Michael Kooren PP03050053

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