I have a brochure from a zoo around here, and I was just reading through it and one page has a bit about albinism in different species of animals. The page has pictures of albino kangaroos, turtles, peacocks, and lions. But they also have a picture of an "albino" horse followed by the statement "Albinism is found in every species." For one thing, the "albino" horse is white, yes, but has black hooves, muzzle, eyes, and obviously skin. I was just like ughhh. ALBINISM DOES NOT EXIST IN HORSES, Mr. Zookeeper that wrote this. And even if it did, albino animals don't have black skin. And how many people are going to read it and believe it? Sorry. Maybe it's a little bitty detail that doesn't really matter in the grand scheme of things, but it still bothers me when people who are supposed to be educating people, don't know what they're talking about.