White ravens are rare in nature and are not considered albino. Albinism is the absence of a pigment called melanin which results in the animal being white with red eyes and pink legs. White ravens have leucism which is a partial loss of this pigment and their eyes are usually blue. Albino animals aren't really white but more of a cream color. Any animal can have leucism. A special Raven
(or crow) with turquoise inlaid eyes has elegant turquoise inlays adorning its sweeping and shimmering mother-of-pearl feathers. Approximately 3" long, 1/2" wide and 1" tall, carved by Calvert Bowannie.
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