20 Creatures Are So Rare That You Will Be Lucky To Find A Wild Animal 07/10/2020 73 Facebook Pinterest Telegram LINE Viber 1. The clouded leopard might be rare, but it’s the state animal of Meghalaya. © Pixabay © Vearl Brown / Wikimedia Commons 2. In 2019, a black leopard was photographed in Africa for the first time in over a century. View this post on Instagram A black panther emerging from the darkness. #leopard #panther #cameratrap #camtraptions #kenya A post shared by Will Burrard-Lucas (@willbl) on Feb 19, 2019 at 7:43am PST View this post on Instagram The first picture I managed to capture of the African black leopard… #Camtraptions #cameratrap #blackpanther A post shared by Will Burrard-Lucas (@willbl) on Feb 13, 2019 at 2:43am PST View this post on Instagram A wild African black leopard… A dream come true! Link in bio to more photos #camtraptions #cameratrap #blackpanther A post shared by Will Burrard-Lucas (@willbl) on Feb 11, 2019 at 2:15am PST 3. New Guinea has tree kangaroos who live in the country’s tropical rainforests. View this post on Instagram Who remembers this little guy, Mian? Today he moved to Bristol Zoo in the U.K. to share his Aussie genes and be part of the global breeding program. Goodbye & good luck Mian! 🐾❤️ A post shared by Perth Zoo (@perthzoo) on Oct 4, 2017 at 12:48am PDT 4. Antarctica’s penguins don’t always come in black and white; some are fully white or fully black. © Ewan Edwards / Australian Government Department of Environment and Energy 5. This albino koala strikes a pose in a tree in Queensland, Australia. © Matthew Chiaravalle / National Geographic 6. Przewalski’s horse, also known as the Mongolian wild horse, was once extinct in the wild. © National Geographic Kids 7. A mutation in the American lobster can cause them to become bright blue. © Jane Carter / Wikimedia Commons © Steven G. Johnson / Wikimedia Commons 8. The South China tiger can only be found in zoos today. © J. Patrick Fischer / Wikimedia Commons 9. This giraffe is snow white because of a condition called leucism. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Wild Nature Institute (@wild_nature_institute) on Aug 17, 2016 at 2:58am PDT View this post on Instagram Omo, the white #giraffe, now about 4 years old, she should have a calf of her own soon. A post shared by Wild Nature Institute (@wild_nature_institute) on Mar 1, 2019 at 4:43am PST 10. The Gerp’s mouse lemur was not discovered by humans until 2012. © Blanchard Randrianambinina / Wikimedia Commons 11. A rare genetic condition caused this flamingo in Cyprus to become black rather than white or pink. © Marinos Meletiou / Reuters 12. The lemur frog was once common throughout Costa Rica. © Frogmana / Wikimedia Commons 13. These cat-like genets were filmed in Namibia where they are rarely seen. © Jim Zuckerman / National Geographic 14. This golden zebra, whose unique coloring can be attributed to albinism, was spotted at Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve. © Jane Pearce / National Geographic 15. The Ayam Cemani chicken from Indonesia is literally black to the bone. View this post on Instagram Don't let the all-black look of our Ayam Cemani's fool you. Their feathers' shine can be as colorful as the Florida sky around them! A post shared by Greenfire Farms (@greenfirefarms) on Mar 31, 2017 at 7:07am PDT 16. The Lilac Silverline butterfly is a rare insect found in Asia. 17. This rare, white reindeer calf was spotted in Norway. © Mads Nordsveen / National Geographic 18. This cute pika was seen in China’s Tian Shan Mountains. © Weidong Li / National Geographic 19. This long caracal cat was spotted in Tanzania. © Ayala Fishaimer / National Geographic 20. Ribbon seals develop white ring-like markings on their black fur after molting.