Take A Look At These Incredibly Colorful Animals; And No, They Aren't Photoshopped 

Nature is insane! These animals are actually this color!

Take A Look At These Incredibly Colorful Animals; And No, They Aren't Photoshopped 
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Nature can be truly amazing, and each of these animals is a testament to that. They were all supposed to be born in a specific way, but instead, a minor genetic or environmental change induced a spectacular color change.

Let's take a look!

#1 The Half-White Peacock.

#1 The Half-White Peacock.

This peacock is a half-albino, half-regular peacock. This would be caused by embryos fusing in the egg. The condition makes this peacock a chimera.

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#2 The Neon Dolphin.

#2 The Neon Dolphin.
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This pink dolphin is an albino, which means it has no skin pigment at all.

#3 The Snowflake Squirrel.

#3 The Snowflake Squirrel.
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This is another example of albinism. It's a rare condition which affects only around 20,000 of any given species.

#4 The Strangely Striped Zebra.

#4 The Strangely Striped Zebra.
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This is a chimera zebra, but why the markings are so unusual, we simply don't know. As you'll see from our next item, this isn't albinism at work.

#5 The White Stripes.

#5 The White Stripes.
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This is what an albino zebra looks like. The black stripes don't disappear entirely, but they are very, very pale.

#6 The Black And Orange Lobster.

#6 The Black And Orange Lobster.
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Another chimera, this one is really unusual because it's a sea creature and thus much less likely to be seen. 

#7 The Purple Polar Bear.

#7 The Purple Polar Bear.
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This is a bit of a special case. There's nothing genetically awry here and nor has the bear been painted. This is a reaction to medication.

#8 The Pink Locust.

#8 The Pink Locust.
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This is an unusual locust or grasshopper. How it attained the pink coloring isn't clearly understood.

#9 The Ghostly Gorilla.

#9 The Ghostly Gorilla.
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This gorilla is, of course, an albino.

#10 Cat's Eyes.

#10 Cat's Eyes.
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This cat may be the most striking example of chimerism that we've ever seen.

Do you agree that albino animals look amazing?