We get to tell you plenty of stories about Florida, but most of them end up with a #floridaman at the end of it, and there are usually police involved. This time it’s just something pretty cool that rarely ever gets to be seen. A local wildlife park, Wild Florida, has just welcomed the hatching of several super-rare albino alligators.
In the wild, Albino Alligators do not survive long due to their inability to camouflage themselves. In captivity, they are still quite rare, with only around 100 known in the world. In fact, a batch of four albino hatchlings is something that could only happen in captivity, as both parents, Snowflake and Blizzard, are Albino Alligators themselves.
Here are the proud parents: