When you accidentally see a rare animal and take some pictures of it, you are very lucky. These pictures are priceless. This proves that such rare animals still exist. The thing is, we can’t all see them. Tim Clifton, currently based in Sussex, England, recently photographed a rare albino squirrel at the Royal Decide.
When the man saw the albino squirrel, he did not understand at first what kind of animal it was. He thought it was a white rat heron. The rare albino squirrel also saw it and approached it for some food (civic protein). Tim took some pictures while she was begging for food.
I couldn’t believe it when I saw it. I wondered how big he was. I sat on the bench, and he came to me. He looked at me as if to say, “You have something for me – Mr. Clifton’s publication.”
Albinism is a genetic condition in animals that results in beautiful white skin. Albino animals are very rare in nature. Experts said that this rare white squirrel was considered red instead of gray squirrel because its hairy earlobes were not present in gray.