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See Australia’s rare albino kangaroo

This finding surprised many experts and wonders what helped the 2-year-old fluffy white kangaroo get rid of the claws of wild dogs and foxes.

Animals living in the wild with albino disease are easy prey for other animals and often die prematurely.

In addition, albino animals are also susceptible to cancer and sunburn, and both vision and hearing are poor.

Albino kangaroos were discovered this weekend by a ranger in Namadgi National Park near Canberra, among other gray kangaroos.

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The albino kangaroo was called Renee.

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Albino kangaroos can be female.

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According to the rangers, Renee was very angry with the gray kangaroo next door, even though he had a completely different coat color.

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They believe this intimacy has helped him survive to this point.

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Members of the kangaroo family protected Renee and kept her safe from predators.

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Albino kangaroos are extremely rare.

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