Scientists advise the white Kangaroo could be either the result of albinism or leucism, an expression of white fur follicles. Experts advise many of these animals may be moving closer to human habitation in search of food and water. This may account for the increased sightings of these majestic animals. Examples of white kangaroos can be found in the Bordertown Wildlife Park (SA). These are not albinos but a genetic strain of the Western Grey.