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Growing up in Jackson, MS, I gravitated toward white people. It felt natural, I suppose, because I looked like them. While my cousins got black baby dolls for Christmas, mine were always peaches and cream. Once, during playtime in elementary school, one of the black girls told me I couldn't join her group. My doll, she said, was the wrong color. Later, I understood what she meant was that I was the wrong color. Like my doll, I was blonde and green-eyed-the only one in a mass of brown skin.
It's more common than you'd think-one in 17, children is born with albinism. My mom was only 16 when I was born. She did her best to protect me, but I knew early on that I was different. Everywhere we went-the mall, the grocery store-people stared at me. You could see the question on their faces: "Is she really yours? My dad died from pneumonia when I was 7.
Mostly what I remember about him is the way he stood up for me. One day I asked him, "Why do people always look at me? But some of my extended family were less charitable. Most of my relatives are from the Mississippi Delta, where blacks and whites still live separately.
The notion of forming a friendship with a white person is foreign to my relatives, so how were they supposed to treat me?
The only way, it seemed, was by singling me out and teasing me. I felt like I was a betrayal to my race. My mom had more practical fears, like whether I'd get sun damage if she let me go outside.
The complete absence of melanin in my skin means I don't tan-I just burn, baby, burn. Any time I went to a family reunion or church picnic, she'd slather me with sunscreen and make me wear a hat. During recess, I had to sit in the shade. When I was in fourth grade, my mom wrote a note to excuse me from field day, but I didn't give it to my teacher.
Instead, I played all day under the hot sun. When I got in the car after school, my mother noticed that my face was red. I tried to lie my way through it, but my face kept getting redder, and my body started blistering.
I didn't go to school for a week because I was so sick. My health issues pretty much guaranteed I'd never be one of the cool kids. I hated having to wear a hat. And more than anything, I hated the questions I got about my eyes. When someone is born with albinism, they are usually declared legally blind.
Though I can see, I have nystagmus, which causes my eyes to shift rapidly from side to side in order to find a focal point. Whenever I meet someone new, I count the minutes before they ask, "What's wrong with your eyes?
But health issues can't compare with the struggles I've faced with my self-esteem. As a teenager, while classmates were griping about acne and getting their periods, I was facing a different kind of crisis: Who was I? Was I a white girl with black parents?
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This would make J. Rowling turn over in her grave. The condition is most commonly seen in birds, reptiles and amphibians, but more rarely seen in mammals and other taxa. It is often difficult to explain occasional occurrences, especially when only one documented incidence has occurred, such as only one albino gorilla and one albino koala. Some species, such as white peacocks, swans and geese, are not believed to be true albinos, as they do not have red eyes, rather, their colouration is suggested to be the expression of a white fur or feather gene, not a lack of melanin.
Melanin has several functions in most mammals and other animals; these are disrupted by albinism. Melanin functions in the normal development of various parts of the eye, including the iris, retina, eye muscles, and optic nerve. The absence of melanin results in abnormal development of eyes and leads to problems with focusing, and depth perception. The eyes of albino animals appear red because the colour of the red blood cells in the retina can be seen through the iris, which has no pigment to obscure this.
Some albino animals may have pale-blue eyes due to other colour generating processes. Albino vertebrates exposed to intense light typically lose photoreceptors due to apoptosis. In nearly all mammals, the overwhelming majority of photoreceptors are rods rather than cones.
Albinism specifically affects the rod cells, but the number and distribution of the cones is unaffected. In contrast, the retina of birds is cone rich meaning that the vision of albino birds is affected less than albino mammals. Melanin protects the skin from ultra-violet radiation in sunlight.
Melanosomes block harmful electromagnetic radiation from the sun while allowing beneficial frequencies to enter the body. Many animals with albinism lack their protective camouflage and are therefore less able to conceal themselves from their predators or prey: The survival rate of animals with albinism in the wild can be low,   however, it has been stated that in studies where animals had many places to hide, predators captured albino and normally coloured animals at the same rate.
The novelty of albino animals has occasionally led to their protection by groups such as the Albino Squirrel Preservation Society. They have also been protected in studies on their ecology and behaviour.
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Studies on medaka fish in the laboratory, i. Pigmentation disorders such as albinism are occasionally associated with hearing impairments in mice, rats, guinea pigs and cats. Intentionally bred albinistic strains of some animal species are commonly used as model organisms in biomedical research and also as pets. Albino axolotl an amphibian are also used widely in the laboratory as their transparent skin allows observation of the underlying tissues during limb regeneration.
Many individual albino mammals are in captivity and were caught as youngsters. It is doubtful whether these individuals would have survived to become adults without the protection and care they receive in captivity.
It has been claimed that "Squirrels are the only known albino mammal to survive successfully in the wild". This relatively minor disruption to vision is thought to assist in the survivability of albino squirrels in the wild.
This is supported by observations that the behaviour of albinos in the wild, e. A survey of the literature reported that in India, there were several records of albino mammals including the tigerlesser mouse-tailed batchitalcommon palm civetNorthern palm squirrelfive-striped palm squirrel and wild boar.
Albino macaques have been reported in several occasions including a toque macaque M. Albinism was observed in jungle cats Felis chaus and jackals Canis aureus along the coastline of the southern Western Ghats Kerala and Kanyakumari coast, India.
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Albinism was observed in jungle cats from the Amaravila area of Trivandrum district in the Kerala State. Albinism in jackals was observed from the Polooni area in Malappuram district and Chaliyam area of Calicut district Kerala. As albinism is observed in those areas where the density of these mammals is comparatively low, it is concluded that continuous inbreeding could be the reason for expression of albinism.
A study on albinistic prairie voles Microtus ochrogaster found that albinism in this species conferred an advantage for the males compared to the wild-type; albino males had higher mount frequencies than wild-type males. In addition, the albinos had greater differential fertilizing capacity.
Albinism can also occur in marsupials and monotremes as well such as echidnaskangarooskoalaspossumswallabies and wombats as well. The costs of albinism for marine mammals may include reduced heat absorption in colder waters, poor camouflage from predators, increased sensitivity to sunlight, and impaired visual communication.
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Despite the costs, some individuals do reach adult age and breeding status. Albino dolphins were first sighted in the Gulf of Mexico in Sincethree further individuals have been seen.
These tend to be pink in color due to blood vessels showing through the blubber and unpigmented skin. A report published in stated that in marine mammals, "anomalously white" individuals have been reported for 21 cetacean species and 7 pinniped species but there were no known reports of anomalously white sea otters Enhydra lutris or sirenians.
Whales and dolphins also may appear white if extensively scarred, or covered with a fungus, such as Lobo's disease also known as " lobomycosis ". Famous albino mammals include " Migaloo ", a humpback whale living off the coast of Australia; Pinkya bottlenose dolphin living in and around in Calcasieu LakeLouisiana; "Carolina Snowball", a popular albino bottlenose dolphin displayed at the Miami Seaquarium in the early s; "Snowflake"a Barcelona Zoo gorillaand " Mahpiya Ska ", Sioux for "White Cloud"a buffalo in Jamestown, North Dakota.
The most important pigments that determine plumage coloration in birds are melanines and carotenoids. The latter are ingested in food and transformed into colour pigments by enzymes. Aberrations in this pigmentation are mostly caused by food deficiencies and usually do not have a genetic basis. Well-known examples are flamingoswhich owe their distinct pink colour to the presence of red carotenoids in their natural food.
When these carotenoids are in short supply, these birds appear white after the next moult. Mutations causing changes in carotenoid-based colour pigments are rare; melanine mutations occur much more frequently.
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Two types of melanin, eumelanin and phaeomelanin, are present in birds. In the skin and eyes, only eumelanin is present. In some bird species, the colour is completely caused by eumelanin, however, both types of melanin are found in most species. In birds, albinism has been defined as "a total lack of both melanins in feathers, eyes and skin as a result of an inherited absence of tyrosinase",  however, this ignores the effects of other pigments and structural colours.
An albino bird has a white beak, white plumage, non-coloured skin, white talons and pink or red eyes. Albinism is only seen in about 1 of every 1, birds.
The two most common species of albino birds are the common house martin and the American robin. In one study, albinism in birds has been categorised according to the extent of pigment absence. However, it has been argued that the definition of albinism precludes the possibility of "partial albinism" in which a mostly white bird shows some form of melanin pigmentation.
As with other animals, it has been stated that for fish to be properly described as "albino", they must have a white body and pink or red eyes. Several types of aquarium fish are have "albino" in their names, e. Zebrafish have three types of chromatophores-iridophores, melanophores, and xanthophores-which produce silver, black, and yellow pigmentation respectively.
Zebrafish that lack iridophores are known as roy mutantsthose that lack melanophores as albino mutantsand those which lack both melanophores and iridophores are ruby mutants. The gross eye morphology, feeding and swimming behaviours between wild-type and albino zebrafish were indistinguishable, except under dim or bright light or low contrast.
However, when tested, there was no differences in responses between wild-type and albinistic European wels catfish Silurus glanis and South American bronze catfish Corydoras aeneus. Similarly, Mexican blind cave fish Astyanax mexicanus do not differ in hearing sensitivity from the normally pigmented and eyed surface-dwelling populations.
Fish lack melanin in the inner ear, meaning that hearing in fishes is less likely to be affected by albinism than in mammals. There are several reports of total albinism in both freshwater and marine fish, however, frequently captured albino fish are only reported in aquarium magazines and local newspapers. The incidence of albinism can be artificially increased in fish by exposing the eggs to heavy metals e.
In the wild, albinism is reasonably common in the teleostsespecially the Pleuronectiformes flatfishhowever, it is rarely reported in the elasmobranchs. Albino and normally pigmented channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus differ in their characteristics. Normal individuals of this species are superior to albinos in body weight and total length. Albinos crossed with other albinos require 11 days longer to spawn and produce smaller egg masses.
These masses contain eggs of lighter weight with poorer hatchability than crosses of normal fish. The albino fish have lower survival rates than normal fish but dress-out percentages are nearly equal. Some wild cave fish have populations that are albinistic. The Mexican cave tetra is a species that has evolved specialized characteristics in a series of independent caves.
One of these is albinism linked to the Oca2 gene, a known pigmentation gene, This trait has evolved independently in at least two caves.
In the class chondrichthyesseveral species of naturally occurring albino rays and sharks have been recorded. Furthermore, an albino individual spotted ratfish Hydrolagus colliei from the order Chimaeriformes has been reported.
Albinistic individuals of the following shark species have been reported:  . A study published in reported albinistic individuals of the following ray species: . There are several reports of albino lampreys and it has been estimated that this occurs at a frequency of one innormal individuals.
Albinism in the African lungfish has been reported on at least two occasions. Many reptiles labeled as albino are, in fact, not completely lacking in all colour pigments. They are actually amelanisticnot albino. Reptiles often possess at least two pigments. Among the most common are xanthin yellow and erythrin red. An amelanistic reptile therefore, may still have pale yellow, orange, or red pigmentation.
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The California Academy of Sciencein the Steinhart Aquariumas ofhas on display an albino American alligator named " Claude ". The alligator is partially blind because of lack of pigment in its eyes.
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This alligator would not have survived in the wild because its whiteness would have made it too easy a prey object. The only known albino alligators are in captivity. However, most of these animals are leucistic given that they have a general loss of pigmentation with some color tinges remaining on their bodies although looking at first like other albino creatures, thus creating the misconception that the reptiles are albino themselves when they are not.
Four such alligators are kept at the Gatorland theme park in the U. In snakes, partial absence of pigment is more common than absolute albinism. For snakes that are usually patterned in colours, they appear as a faint blue, peach or yellowish.
In these cases, there has been a genetic mutation in the melanin and pigment delivery. The appearance comes from the inability for full colours to be present, such as black, red, brown and others. The eyes of an albino snake are typically red or pink.
Albino snakes can remain in the sunlight for several hours with minimal harm. Corn snakes and snakes of larger types, such as a boa or diamondback snakes, are the most commonly affected by albinism often appearing to be a pinkish or yellowish colour.