Two white giraffes, an adult and a calf, were captured on camera in Garissa County, Kenya, by a conservation group.
The ghostly white giraffes seem otherworldly with their lack of colouring and markings.
Their appearance is a result of a genetic condition called leucism in which there is a partial loss of pigmentation.
Unlike albinism, it is caused by reduction in multiple types of pigment, not just melanin.
White giraffes have only been found in Tanzania and Kenya.
— Greenpeace Africa (@Greenpeaceafric) September 13, 2017