(FOX News) - An extremely rare white giraffe has been spotted at Tarangire National Park in Tanzania.
The giraffe calf has a condition called leucism that results in loss of pigmentation. “Her body surface cells are not capable of making pigment, but she is not an albino,” explained the Wild Nature Institute, in a blog post.
A guide named the giraffe Omo after a popular brand of local detergent.
Experts at the Wild Nature Institute first spotted Omo last year. “We were lucky enough to resight her again this January, almost exactly one year later,” the Institute explained, in its blog post. “We are thrilled that she is still alive and well.”