1. Albinos of any species are beings whose bodies can not create melanin
The pigment that colors skin and eyes. This leads to the being’s skin being unpigmented, which ends up looking white. This occurs even in alligators who are born with albinism. The scaly reptile has ivory colored skin. It also has lightly pink-tinged eyes, rather than the usual black and green. This condition affords the gator absolutely no camouflage protection in the wild, putting albino alligators at severe risk.