Incredible Rare Albino Camel Is Captured On Camera At A Nature Reserve In China


An infrared camera captured a rare albino camel at a nature reserve in northwest China, which is believed to be the first of its kind.


If you thought the only thing that could make camels exceptional was humps, think again!




While most of us will simply be thrilled with the sight of a normal camel in its natural habitat, it was the privilege of workers at a nature reserve in China to spot a rare one!


In other words, an infrared camera caught a very unusual sight at a nature reserve in northwest China — an all-white camel, which is considered to be the world's first of its kind!


The rare animal was filmed while drinking from a puddle at the Annanba Wild Camel National Nature Reserve in Gansu Province with a dozen brown camels.


It is a member of the Bactrian camel, a critically endangered species, and is estimated to be around three to four years old.

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