A white snake was discovered in Australia with an “incredibly rare mutation” that left its skin a brilliant, pearly shade.

That’s according to Territory Wildlife Park in Berry Springs, which posted photographs of the snake on its Facebook page.

A local resident found the slaty-grey snake, which is typically dark brown in color, and gave it to the park on June 15, according to a statement. 

The reptile’s lack of pink eyes indicates it’s not albino, the Mirror noted, retaining the partial pigmentation identified with leucism.

“The nocturnal snake will be placed in quarantine at the park to ensure it is free of any nasties that can harm our other animals and then be put on display for everyone to marvel at,” the park said in a statement.

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