Albinism affects just one in every 17,000 persons, according to the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS). Albinism is defined as “a lack of pigment in the skin, hair, and eyes (which are generally pink) from birth.”
Albinism has been seen in animals other than humans, and due to how uncommon it is, they always appear to be completely supernatural. Take, for example, this albino screech owl. Don’t confuse those lovely white feathers with those of a snow owl; this is a completely different kind of owl!
His cherry-red eyes penetrate the depths of your being. Everything about this extremely uncommon (and genuine) albino bird is both magical and scary.
It’s a good moment to admire owls’ facial expressions, and this unique bird does not disappoint.
Screech owls have golden eyes and are generally gray or rusty brown in color.
The owl’s eyes are completely devoid of melanin. The red we perceive is due to the iris reflecting the pink to crimson skin around its eyes, which is actually colorless.
Gaze of the Soul.
The owl has been debated and argued over, yet it is definitely genuine! Albino scream owls’ eyes “may vary from pink to a dark cherry-red,” according to livescience. In addition, “pink toes in owls are another evidence of albinism.”