Nature is beautiful, isn’t it? With a few possible exceptions (namely, spiders and bugs), nature can create some truly amazing creatures and creations, flora and fauna alike. Sometimes, an uncalled-for change can happen in an organism which causes it to either mix up with two colors or end up being a color that they otherwise wouldn’t be. This phenomenon is known as chimera, where one organism has cells from different zygotes. The results are gorgeous, and here’s a gallery to prove that statement, brought to us by Ranker. Enjoy!
1. A Chimera cat
Amazing, isn’t it?
Photo: RespectMyAuth via Imgur
2. A half-albino peacock
Photo: ThatGuyWithTheHat via Reddit
3. Green and blue two-tone parakeet
Photo: [deleted] via Reddit/Imgur
4. Hungry albino squirrel
This is such a gorgeous photo!
5. White cardinal bird
Photo: Boredom Therapy/via Pinterest
6. Brown and white panda
Apparently, only five of these exist in the whole world! If you ever see one, you ought to remember it.
Photo: henriksen1 /Imgur
7. Blue lobster
I can’t imagine how much this would cost if it were cooked and served with a nice risotto.
8. This dog looks like a panda! Literally!
I need it. Let me give it a hug. Now.
9. Half chimera zebra
10. A Piebald squirrel
Photo: GalaxyFrostFox via Imgur
11. An Ayam Cemani rooster
Looks like he’s been cremated!
12. Albino crocodile
13. An albino zebra
Looks a little bit blonde.
14. Purple squirrel!
This is definitely my spirit animal.
15. Half red half black lobster
16. Half blue half orange moth
Photo: JollyTurtles via Imgur
17. All black penguin
18. White gorilla
Or should that be, blonde gorilla?
Photo: Ettore Balocchi/Flickr
19. Purple polar bear
Admittedly, this guy turned purple after taking medication, but still, he looks really unique!
Photo: TheRippleMaker via Imgur
20. Vitiligo-infected Rottweiler
I thought those orange dots at the top of his forehead were their eyes. Guess I was wrong.