At first glance, you might think that the image has been edited. However, everything is real - Omo, the 15-month-old giraffe, has leucism, a gene mutation that makes the fur white. The skin has no dye-forming cells (melanocytes). This is not a problem for Omo himself, since he does not suffer from it at all. Particularly nice: His peers in the National Park treat him as if he had no leucism - the skin or coat color plays no role for giraffes in dealing with each other. Some people should cut off a slice of it.