Scientists Discovered A Very Rare Blonde Penguin In Antarctica, And It's Adorable

Scientists Discovered A Very Rare Blonde Penguin In Antarctica, And It's Adorable
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Happiness is....A Penguin! And just when we cannot grow over these pretty black and white birds with that funny waddle, scientists discovered this beautiful rare Penguin that is Blonde. 

Yes, we all know Blonde's do it better! 

 

It is indeed a wonderful find!

It is indeed a wonderful find!

This rare penguin was spotted in the Lindbald region of northern Antarctica.

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These are your regular lovable penguins.

These are your regular lovable penguins.
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Here I am and this is me!

Here I am and this is me!
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And this is the 'blonde' one the scientists in the National Geographic team discovered. It's a remarkably rare specie: a "mutant" chinstrap penguin with unusual coloring . Pretty, ain't he!

Some snooze time!

Some snooze time!

It is not a regular Albino Penguin.

Isabellinism?!

Isabellinism?!
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What it has is called Isabellinism, a very rare genetic mutation that dilutes the pigment of their feathers.

The expert's say that

The expert's say that

"Many species of penguins have rare individuals with this color pattern."

Oh yes, how can we forget that he's adorable.

Oh yes, how can we forget that he's adorable.

Check out the Blonde spotted here: