Peacocks are always a sight to behold, especially when males flash their large colorful tails, it’s nothing short of spectacular
One stunning variation of the species is the white peacock, which manages to impress despite the lack of color.
Especially the males, who have trains of about 150 feathers and reach full length in two years meaning their feathers will glisten in the sun while they attempt to attract a female.
These beautiful birds are identical to regular peacocks, except they lack the pigmentation that gives them color.
It is a genetic mutation that causes this called leucism, similar to albinism but since they retain color in their eyes, it isn’t quite as extreme.
Their unique appearance has caused the species to be highly prized in many cultures.
Check out the video of it in all its majesty: