albinos

[ al-bahy-noh or, esp. British, -bee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF albinos

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The extreme case is that of albinos with no pigment in skin, hair, and iris.

These albinos are, as it were, like photographic plates exposed but undeveloped.

Variation to full black is frequent, and albinos have been recorded.

To Albinos the state of the eyes is their greatest source of inconvenience.

Albinos are not of necessity lacking in mental vigour or capacity.

Albinos are not rare; I know of one taken near Saline about 1885.

Albinos have been found; Baron Schroeder has a beautiful example.

The occurrence of albinos is very frequent in troops of the axis.

It is said that albinos of seals and deer spring from an egg of about half a foot in length, which forms itself in the earth.

Other instances of albinos are not uncommon, but more among birds than quadrupeds.