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True albinos are unable to produce any kind of pigment, hence their white coloration and pink eyes: Blood vessels normally masked by eye color show through.
Some of Ukerewe's albinos were rescued from communities for their own protection.
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Origin and Etymology of albino
First Known Use: 1708See Words from the same year
Definition of albino
- albino sharks
- The Draize test commonly uses six rabbits (preferably of the albino strain because of the clarity of their red eyes) to test a substance for eye irritancy.
- —Rachel Urquhart
First Known Use of albino
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medical Definition of albino
albinicplay \-ˈbin-ik\ adjective
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