Do albino whales survive in the wild, or is it easier for Japan to capture them?



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    Most albino whales live full lives in nature. Many albino animals having trouble surviving in nature because their color makes them obvious target to potential predators and the lack of pigment in their skin makes the exposed to harsh UV rays. However, since whales live in the water and lack predators, albino whales don’t have those natural hinderances to prevent them from living full lives. Japan has no need to capture them in order to save them from death.

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