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Yes, there are melanistic deer and they are rare. Melanistic deer don't have white spots, otherwise they would not be melanistic. Hirsch Wallpaper, Deer Wallpaper, Mobile Wallpaper, Baby Deer, Oh Deer, Black Animals, Cute Animals, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful

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suckstoyourasgard: “ helenofdestroy: “ A very unusual genetic color variation in white-tailed deer — rarer even than albinism — produces all-black offspring in that species which are known as...

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Kookaburra back yard black magic

EVEN the currawongs and cockatoos were confused when the strange dark birds started appearing in Deborah Winfield's suburban Sydney backyard.

Melanistic (all black) animals, the opposite of albinism. They& much blacker than normal. While Black Panthers (actually leopards) are the most well-known melanistic animals, a host of others have Unusual Animals, Rare Animals, Strange Animals, Jungle Animals, Beautiful Horses, Animals Beautiful, Adorable Animals, Melanistic Animals, Black Animals

10 Incredible Melanistic (All Black) Animals

Photograph by Cburnett on Wikipedia Melanism is an undue development of dark-colored pigment in the skin or its appendages and is the opposite of albinism. The word ‘melanism’ is…

This black deer is melanistic – the dark pigment melanin is prevalent. Melanism is the opposite of albinism. See examples of other melanistic animals! Rare Animals, Animals And Pets, Unique Animals, Melanistic Animals, Deer Pictures, Deer Pics, Black Deer, Deer Family, Orange Tabby Cats

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Black Buck - Melanism is very common in Whitetail deer in Texas.

Melanic (dark) Harlequin ladybug (Harmonia axyridis spectabilis) on bramble leaf. Melanistic Animals, Types Of Spiders, Different Types Of Animals, Melanism, Albinism, Manatees, Lady Bugs, Rare Animals, Butterflies

Melanic ladybird - 50-400D-10709

Melanic (dark) Harlequin ladybird (Harmonia axyridis spectabilis) on bramble leaf. 50% crop 400D-10709. Location: Surrey garden, UK. Equipment: Canon EOS 400D, Tamron SP 2X teleconverter model 01F and Tamron SP 90mm F/2.5 model 52BB lens, ring flash. Settings: ~F/11, 1/200s, ISO 200, (effective 180mm, ~F/22)