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Albino Donkey

Albino Donkey
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Conservation status
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Perissodactyla
Family: Equidae
Genus: Equus
Subgenus: Equus
Species: E. asinus
Subspecies: var. albina
Trinomial name
Equus asinus var. albina

The Albino Donkey or White Donkey, Trinomial nomenclature: Equus asinus var. albina (in Italian Asinello Bianco or Asino Albino) is a breed of donkey, endemic of the island of Asinara, in the Italian region of Sardinia.

The Habitat of this rare subspecies of Equus asinus is restricted to the Island of Asinara, declared a National Park in 1997, where the total population is estimated around 90 individuals, and in the natural reserve of Porto Conte in Alghero.

See also

  • Asinara
  • Asinara National Park

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