Rare albino alligator looks like it's made of clay


In news that may horrify or delight you, this alligator is not made of clay. She is real.

Pearl, a 10-year-old, 105-pound albino gator, has quickly become the star of Florida park Gatorland for her unpigmented skin and startling pinkish-white eyes.

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Ah, yes. What a beauty she is.

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Pearl and the park's other albino gator, Bouya Blan, wouldn't stand much of a chance out in the wild because they can't camouflage with their surroundings. Instead, they're kept in custom shaded housing to protect them from the sun, the Telegraph reports.

And they sure are a hit with parkgoers.

Just to clarify one more time: this is a real alligator. Not fake.

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[H/T: UPI]