Have you ever seen an albino alligator hatch? Now you have

The rare creature was one of only nine eggs from its parents that hatched this year at a Florida animal park.

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29 thoughts on “Have you ever seen an albino alligator hatch? Now you have

  1. It's skin is practically translucent… I never knew alligators had variations in pigment bands almost like tiger stripes… How COOL.. I have to agree with the guy who said we still haven't seen one hatched as it was peeled out of its shell.

  2. I 💘 All Animals Big & small, however, I don't understand why you are not allowing the baby gators hatching on their own? Do they have a problem w/ hatching on their own? Or was this just to speed up the process? Happy the gator babies are okay.

  3. It's skin is practically translucent… I never knew alligators had variations in pigment bands almost like tiger stripes… How COOL.. I have to agree with the guy who said we still haven't seen one hatched as it was peeled out of its shell.

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