All the rage this week on the big bad web is the big bad albino orca. It swims around the big dark ocean intimidating other sea creatures with its big white…The…ummm…big glowing specimen was spotted aboard the NOAA RV Oscar Dyson with its pod about two miles off Kanaga Volcano, part of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, on February 23. At the time, Kodiak-based Oscar Dyson was on a research expedition for NOAA’s Alaska Fisheries Science Center, assessing pollock fish stocks near Steller sea lion haulout sites.
So how many other cracker creatures are there?
An Albino Grey Nurse Shark spotted at Australian’s best known diving and fishing spot Fish Rock.
One of seven rare albino alligators from a zoo in Brazil
Albino White-Spotted Ratfish caught during a marine survey in Washington’s Puget Sound
The exotic albino fish named Earl taken during the West Bladenboro Baptist Church Trip to Fort Fisher
Same Albino Ratfish as above.
Tiny Albino Leatherback
Albino Blue Crab from Chesapeake Bay.
Albino American Lobster with a claw missing.
Albino Leopard Slug
Albino Chinese Softshell Turtle
Albino SandTiger Shark
Albino Pilot Whale
Albino Cannonball Jellyfish