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Here is How a Rare Pink Elephant was Caught On Camera

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What you need to know that about the rare pink Elephant that was caught on camera is not that special but experts believe it is an albino elephant which is very rare.

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Experts are not sure of how long they can live but the rare skin condition is as a result of the harsh sun in Africa.

Mike Holding, who spotted the baby while filming for BBC wildlife programme, said “we only saw it for a couple of minutes as the herd crossed the river”.

He also expressed his excitement because it was a rare sighting.

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Mike said, “This was a really exciting moment for everyone in camp.we knew it was a rare sighting no one could believe their eyes”.

Albino elephant are not usually white unlike humans, but they are more of reddish-brown or pink.

It will be very hard for the calf to survive in the harsh sun, experts said.

How a rare pink elephant was caught on camera is still a mistery.

Dr Mike said, he had learned that elephants are adaptable, intelligent and masters of survival.

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He also added that it will be hard for the calf to survive into adulthood because of the hot sun which might lead to blindness and skin problems.

He also said, he might have a greater chance of survival by staying under large trees and rubbing itself in the mud to prevent sun.

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