Omo is a female giraffe named after a popular detergent brand because of her pale color. Dr. Derek Lee initially saw the giraffe in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, and snapped these pictures of her.
The rest of her herd do not seem to notice or care about her color.
This condition is not albinism, but instead is called leucism, as explained by Dr. Lee:
“Leucism is when some or all pigment cells (that make color) fail to develop during differentiation, so part or all of the body surface lacks cells capable of making pigment,” he said. “One way to tell the difference between albino and leucistic animals is that albino individuals lack melanin everywhere, including in the eyes, so the resulting eye color is red from the underlying blood vessels.”
Images Source: Derek Lee / Caters News