30 Animals With Unusual Markings, #14 Is Absolutely Stunning.
#11. The opposite of leucism is melanism. It creates unusual coloration on an animal, seen here in this barn owl (the regular one is hanging out in the background).
#12. Melanism effects zebras in a particular way: instead of a black shade covering the whole body, it only effects the width of the black stripes.
#13. Here, we can see a partially melanistic squirrel.
#14. This amazing-looking Rottweiler has vitiligo, which affects the color of both his skin and his fur.
#15. Sarge is a German shepherd that also has vitiligo.
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