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Variations in Nature: Albino Animal Display - ISM Springfield

  Variations in Nature: Albino Animal Display   

Variations in Nature: Albino Animal Display

Albino Animal Display Installed in the Museum Lobby. Albino animals usually must struggle to survive in the wild, but judging by this year’s Illinois winter, they are probably best coated for camouflage! The Illinois State Museum is exhibiting an intriguing and arresting array of albino specimens and their naturally pigmented counterparts. The animals will be displayed in the front lobby from January 28 to March 31. As winter’s white wanes, and spring once again returns to our four-season Midwestern land, visitors can appreciate the wonders and anomalies of Illinois’ wildlife that remains snow white.


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