Pointed glance: Mitchell Norris with an albino hedgehog

19th February 1999 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Pointed glance: Mitchell Norris (10) meets an albino hedgehog, found by an animal rescue group, in an environmental lesson at Leicester's Forest Lodge primary school. Albinism is a lack of pigment, either genetically-determined or environmentally-induced, leading to white hair and skin in animals, and usually coupled with pink eyes

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