Study Sheds More Light on Unique Eyes of Deep-Sea Bioluminescent Sharks
Piebaldism is an extremely rare mutation, with less than one in a thousand affected. Although it is very pretty, piebald deer often have short legs, underbites and scoliosis.
Might have already posted this once but it’s too sweet not to post again
Three whitetail bucks locked horns in battle & drowned together in a creek in Ohio.
Burke couldn’t believe it. “I could see two, but three? I asked if he was sure and he said, ‘Yes.’ I drove down and met him. They were floating in the creek almost like three petals of a flower or something.”
Go home God, You’re drunk.
Anyway, I was looking up some of my favourite animals and I found some had some weird colorations so, I’ve decided to tell you a really short version of why they have those colourations.
So there’s a cheetah with little freckled spots instead of normal spots.
A zebra with a dark melanistic coloration
A black panther with vitiligo resulting in the white spots
a piebald deer where white patches appear randomly
and an albino zebra where they lack of colour pigments in skin and fur
Piebald Deer Fawn
So fluffy ♡
The blackest bird there ever was. It’s black on the outside from head to toe, and black on the inside with its meat and organs.
It’s called the Ayam Cemani from Indonesia, and they’re $2,500 a pop. Their bones are black, too. The only part of them that’s not black is their blood
Sketching! My favorite faerie is the Nuckelavee. Its name, for the record, is the lingual equivalent of the primordial sludge from which the word “Satan” crawled. I fancy this means it is the progenitor of the devil, the original evil - although Faerie doesn’t distinguish between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ in the same way that we do. For my Sprout story project.
Eva and the Nuckelavee have an acquaintanceship in Sprout. ~ominous jazz hands~