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Pearler of a sight as white croc spotted in NT

A WHITE croc nicknamed Pearl has grabbed the attention of the public after being spotted in the Adelaide River.

Pearl caught the attention of staff and tourists on the Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise on Sunday.

Pearl was spotted by passengers on the Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise on the Adelaide River. Picture: NT CROCODILE CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY
Pearl was spotted by passengers on the Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise on the Adelaide River. Picture: NT CROCODILE CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY

NT Crocodile Conservation & Protection Society posted the photos to social media and speculated that Pearl could be the offspring of Michael Jackson, a famous white-headed crocodile that also called the Adelaide River home before he was killed after taking the life of fisherman Lanh Van Tran in 2014.

Just waitng for a mate. Picture: NT CROCODILE CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY
Just waitng for a mate. Picture: NT CROCODILE CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY

"Pearl has particularly touched our hearts as it is highly likely she is the offspring of Michael Jackson," the post on Facebook stated.

If looks could kill.  CONTACT IS MIKE KEIGHLEY - 0427152288
If looks could kill. CONTACT IS MIKE KEIGHLEY - 0427152288

Both Michael Jackson and Pearl have the leucistic gene, which causes a loss of pigmentation.

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