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Apr 6, 2010 8:56 PM CST
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Holy cow. Great picture. Isn't that interesting? I wonder if someone at your local wildlife sanctuary would be able to ask that question.

I would think that similar genetics would apply to all mammals, but I just don't know about squirrels!

I think that there is a difference between white coloring and albino. A true albino is actually missing pigment as opposed to be colored white. I think it's the missing pigment that makes the eyes unable to take sunlight.

And that's about as much as I know. Thanks for posting that. And congrats on your new camera. I'd feed the squirrel a few extra peanuts as he was the justification for your new toy. ;-)

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