It’s the last Friday of the month, which means I’m back again with another We Are The World Blogfest post! It’s weird cause some months I have a ton of options for posts, but other months I find it really hard to find positive news that I want to share. I don’t know why that is. Usually I bookmark stories I find throughout the month that I feel really speaks to me, but this month I had to hunt.
And now you get adorable albino alligators!
I really love participating in this every month, and I hope you’ll go over and check out this post on Facebook to read all the other positive entries that have been shared today!
In the Wild Florida Airboats and Gator Park, an albino gator named Snowflake laid around 19 eggs. Now normally alligator moms are just amazing mothers, being very protective of them and working hard to keep them safe. However because she’s blind due to her albinoism, they weren’t in a very safe location. So the group had to move the eggs to a safer place to increase their chances of survival.
This month the babies hatched, making this the first group of albino gators to be hatched in captivity in the world! I love stories where people take a hand in helping animals, and I especially love sharing awesome news about conservation groups.
The Wild Florida team is dedicated to protecting, conserving, and enhancing Florida’s diverse ecosystem to ensure that future generations can enjoy the wonders of wild, native Florida.Posted on the Osceola News-Gazette on July 22, 2019, Author unknown
Their albinism makes Snowflake and Blizzard look mythical.
I know, don’t they? I think they’re just so cute!
They look sacred, almost! Thanks for sharing their heartwarming story.
They probably aren’t too sure about the person taking their picture haha. You’re so welcome!
You’ve succeeded in making me smile with your #WATWB share this month.
Aww I’m so glad to hear that! <3
I’m glad they’re safe. And they look so amazing, don’t they?
They almost don’t look real! Knowing that their albinoism leads to blindness too, at least for the parents, I’m sure they wouldn’t last long in the wild either. I’m so glad they’re in a safe place!
They are really cute and kudos to the Wild Florida team for giving them safe harbour! Thanks Lena, great #WATWB post! I haven’t put up a post this month – am commenting!
I’m glad you enjoyed it! They’re so adorable. Thank you for dropping by!
Hi Lena – as you say … they almost don’t look real. What a heart-warming story … and I’m glad they rescued the eggs to protect her offspring. Really interesting … thank you – Hilary
It really is. When I read about them I just had to share. Thank you for dropping by!