It's called Omo and it's a truly unique giraffe, in fact it is entirely white. Until now, a giraffe of this kind has never been spotted and the experts assume it is affected by leucism.
Omo is only 15 months old but there are already many dangers due to the interest of poachers and hunters who could sell it at a high price.
"Many of the cells in his skin are not capable of producing pigments. Some manage to produce them and therefore appear pale but not totally white, with red or blue eyes as if it were a totally albino animal," one scholar declared.
Omo seems to get along with the other giraffes: it has always been seen in large groups of other specimens, which do not seem at all interested in the diversity of its mantle. This can only give a lesson of humanity to men, by the animals themselves.