A pair of rare white giraffes were been spotted in Kenya. The rare animals — a mother and baby — were discovered by villagers near the Ishaqbini conservancy in Garissa, eastern Kenya. The giraffes are this colorr because of a condition called leucism. It's different from being albino, which prevents animals and humans from producing any kind of pigment, as can be seen in their white skin and pink eyes, according to the National Geographic.
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