Only 1 in 17,000 people have albinism, according to the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS). A hereditary lack of color in the skin, hair, and eyes (which are typically pink) is known as albinism.
Other creatures outside humans have shown albinism, and given how uncommon it is, they are always completely magical-looking. For instance, this albino screech owl. This is not a snow owl, despite the lovely white feathers; it is an entirely different species of owl.
His deep-set cherry-red eyes look into the core of your being. Everything about this exceedingly uncommon albino owl, which actually exists, is both magical and horrifying.
It’s never a bad day to enjoy owls’ expressive faces, and this particular uncommon owl does not disappoint.
Screech owls typically have gray or reddish brown feathers and golden eyes.
The owl’s eyes also have no melanin at all. Technically speaking, the iris is colorless; the red that humans see is a reflection of the pink to red skin around its eyes in the iris.
Witness it in action! The owl has been discussed and contested, but it is unquestionably real!
The eyes of albino screech owls “may range from pink to a dark cherry-red,” according to livescience. Pink toes are yet another sign of albinism in owls, according to this statement.