In a rare case of genetic mutation, a white snake stunned the world in Australia which was never seen before.
According to a Facebook post of Territory Wildlife Park, who possess the beautiful snake, has now handed over the local. “An incredibly rare genetic mutation has led to the birth of this amazing serpent,” said the officials.
The non-poisonous serpent was rescued when a dog attacks the snake which was handed over to Territory Wildlife authorities, who now say that it will now be put on display.
The park has clarified that the snake is not albino but leucistic, which means that there is partial loss of pigmentation in an animal.