These rare giraffes, who are plain white, were spotted in Kenya. Well, they were seen in Kenya; I guess they weren’t spotted anywhere. Called “ghost giraffes,” they were born with a genetic mutation called leucism. They can’t technically be called albino, because they actually do have very subtle patterns.
Cuter, as cute, or less cute than regular giraffes? Leave your comments below.
These rare white giraffes have been spotted in Kenya pic.twitter.com/8qZZxFN8RQ
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) September 14, 2017