A pair of rare white giraffes were spotted in Kenya and captured on film for the first time ever.
The giraffes, its child and a mother, have skin due to a condition. The condition causes skin to turn white and pale and prevents pigmentation in skin tissues.
The giraffes were filmed walking around the Ishaqbini Hirola Conservacy in Kenya’s Garissa county. Several times during the video seems to recognize she’s being filmed and looks at the camera.
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In a blog post, Hirola Conservancy stated this was the first time the white giraffes were spotted by a number of its community rangers. The post also noted that a local villager reported the giraffes.
“The mother kept pacing back and forth a few yards in front of us while signalling the baby giraffe to hide behind the bushes,” the post read.
White giraffes have been spotted. In January 2016, the report of a giraffe came from Tarangire National park, Tanzania. The second time was in March of 2016 in Ishaqbini conservancy, Garissa county, Kenya.
This is the first time the creatures are thought to have been captured on video.
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