For those of you who don't know, vitiligo is a harmless long-term skin disorder characterized by white patches that appear on different parts of the body. This happens because the body's immune system attacks and destroys the skin cells that make color (called melanocytes).

Around one percent of the world's population (approximately 50 million people) are thought to have vitiligo, including between two to five million in the US alone, and although it's more common in humans, it can also occur in animals as well. Take a look at the pictures below to see what we mean. Compiled by Bored Panda, the list includes everything from cats, dogs and birds to snakes and even giraffes! Don't forget to vote for your favorite.

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Vitiligo Animal

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Viviane Katz 1 year ago

Leapin' lemurs!!!

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Vitiligo Animal

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John L Kelly 1 year ago

A pair of horns, and my transformation will be complete.

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John L Kelly 1 year ago

So, when do I get my first staring role?

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Anna Brandigi 1 year ago

"who got into the powdered sugar?"

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GoodWolf 1 year ago

Nanananana Batman!

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Aparna Ganguly 1 year ago

Just wearing my constellation stockings

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John L Kelly 1 year ago

Somebody, Please love me for who I am. Pretty Please.

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guess 1 year ago

like the moon~

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Maal Rukotvorine 1 year ago

There's a butterfly on his head awwww

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DancingToMyself 1 year ago

Wow, that's a pretty cat. Gentleman, I believe. :) He even has a Magnum-mustache, but in negative image lol.

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monica 1 year ago

it looks like it snowed on him... cute!

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John L Kelly 1 year ago

I'm still aboptable, don't you know.

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Kamilla Székely 1 year ago

His nose is so cute!!! Like a little piggy! ;)

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Michel M. Prins 1 year ago

That's a beautiful combination of colors

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Ema Sklepic 1 year ago

I thought his tounge was out! :D ^^ he looks so cute with those little dots :)

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Sepia 1 year ago

Or a herlekin Beauceron... but not Vitiligo ;)

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John L Kelly 1 year ago

Don't you make fun of me!

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Joanne Levy 1 year ago

Such a sweet face!

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Daria B 1 year ago

Ha! All other penguins wearing suits. This guy's a rebel!

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Nikolina Kalajdžić 1 year ago

Looks like a regular owl

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Vitiligo Animal

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Socially Awkward 1 year ago

So pretty 😍

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Barbi Harmanová 1 year ago

yup, looks like tortoiseshell points to me, too

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Anique Whitehurst 1 year ago

Looked like ticks at first glance

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Vitiligo Animal

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