Flickr Pic(kr) 14

This is a href="">photo
of a blonde zebra, or href="">albino

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Judging from the tags on the photo, it appears that this was taken at
Rainforest Zoo
in Hilo, Hawaii.  The author, John Schroedel, indicates that the mutation results in one blonde zebra
out of 2.5 to 3 million. 

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