These are several shots and a video of a leucistic raccoon (previously: a leucistic penguin) taken by photographer Kendra Smith outside her home that she submitted to the Oregon Department Of Fish And Wildlife. What makes it leucistic instead of albino? Because it doesn’t lack all pigment, hence its black nose and digits. Also I like that it’s hanging out with a traditionally colored raccoon and an opossum — that’s a solid crew to run with. My crew? My crew is not so solid. If my crew were a dog turd (which it basically is), it would be one you wouldn’t even bother trying to pick out of the grass. Just put the poop bag you already ripped off the roll back in your pocket and wash it with the rest of your clothes.