The baby alligator laughs happily when it is scratched at the right itch, both precious and rare because of its special features on the body

The happy expression of the albino crocodile when being rubbed by the zoo staff made many people laugh.

According to the Daily Mail, recently, a video of a white albino crocodile has caused a fever on social networks because of the funny face of her little friend when the zoo manager "scratched the itch right".

It is known that the video was filmed at Reptile Park located in Fountain Valley city, California (USA). Baby crocodile named Coconut is a zoo employee named Juliette Brewer uses a specialized brush to brush all over the body to exfoliate and clean. It seemed that Coconut was scratched by Juliette in the right place, so she opened her mouth and closed her eyes to enjoy.

Picture 1 of The baby alligator laughs happily when it is scratched at the right itch, both precious and rare because of its special features on the body
Baby crocodile named Coconut "caused fever" on social networks because of its humor.

Coconut's expression makes anyone who sees it laugh because it's so funny and cute. Therefore, right after being posted on social networks, the video immediately became viral on Instagram with millions of views and more than 102,000 likes.

One Instagram user, Lance Turner, said: "For an animal that always lacks facial expression like a crocodile, the look on this baby crocodile's face is enough to see that it is very happy, delighted. ".

Meanwhile, user Ashley Aguirre, added: "That little girl's smile. so cute!".

Albino crocodiles are currently classified as rare animals that need to be protected.
Currently, there are only about 200 albino crocodiles left in the world, so Coconut is a rare animal that needs to be protected.

Albino crocodiles are born without the pigment melanin, which makes them white. They also have pale pink eyes, instead of the usual black and green.

Because they have no protective camouflage in the wild, they are often eaten by predators from an early age. Since then, albino crocodiles are very rare and have been put on the list to protect.

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