White Animals

While naturally white animals are rare, several species have white fur, plumage, or skin. Most of these animals live in cold, snowy areas, where white coloration acts as effective camouflage. Some animals, like the Arctic hare and the Arctic fox, use their white fur to hide from predators. Others, like the polar bear, deceive potential prey by camouflaging themselves in the surrounding ice.

White Animals

List of Animals that are White

Mammals

  • Arctic Fox
  • Arctic Hare
  • Arctic Wolf
  • Beluga Whale
  • Dall Sheep
  • Harp Seal
  • Honduran White Bat
  • Kermode Bear
  • Mountain Goat
  • Polar Bear
  • Taiwanese Humpback Dolphin
  • Winter White Dwarf Hampster

Birds

Amphibians

  • Axolotl

Insects

  • Box Tree Moth
  • Cabbage White Butterfly
  • Citrus Flatid Planthopper
  • Citrus Leafminer
  • Citrus Mealybug
  • Common Clothes Moth
  • Common Whitetail
  • Cottony Cushion Scale
  • Falcate Orangetip Butterfly
  • Fall Webworm Moth
  • Greenhouse Whitefly
  • Jasmine Moth
  • Silverleaf Whitefly
  • White Satin Moth
  • Yellow Wooly Bear

This list only covers animals with white pigmentation, not leucism or albinism. Those animals are a rare genetic offshoot, not individual species.