One of the most characteristic things that make peacocks recognizable all over the world is their emblematic blue and green feathers, which males love to show in all their glory as a mating ritual. But very few people have witnessed the beauty that these animals can possess, even when they have no color in them at all. Have you ever seen a peacock with no color? I have, and they are just as beautiful as the colorful peacocks we are all familiar with. The following video shows us what a colorless peacock looks like, and it’s frankly unbelievable!
The animal’s tail is completely white, and he still loves to brandish it just like any of his colored brethren. The peacock’s figure and image has always had a weird yet beautiful feeling to it. In my opinion, it’s something I would describe as bizarre. So seeing a peacock that is all white really blows my mind, but it’s certainly something interesting to see! These colorless peacocks are actually not albino. They simply have a genetic mutation called leucism. Now you know and you can use this fun fact in your next game of trivia!
The different pigmentation in his skin makes his feathers all white, and unlike most albino animals that are seen throughout the world, he has blue eyes instead of the usual red, because he’s not really an albino, remember? The animal is undeniably beautiful and enigmatic, and I feel lucky to have come across the video to see him for myself.
You can watch this beautiful peacock in all his glory in the video right below, and if you like it, why not share it with your friends on Facebook?