Two adorable albino foxes have been spotted playing in a park in north London.Eagle-eyed Chinamski Pereira, 42, was standing on his balcony one early morning in August.

He saw the two rare animals darting between railings before heading into a park in Angel, north London. The music manager grabbed his phone to capture the moment as the two foxes ran and played together. He said: 'At first I thought they were two dogs playing.

'Then I looked more closely and saw that they were actually two albino foxes. 'I see foxes around here all the time, but to see two albino ones together is very unusual.'

Chinamaski's video shows the white-furred pair weaving in and out of metal gates before heading into the park and chasing a red-furred fox.

Albino foxes have striking white fur and this pair appear to be underfed. This isn't the first time the rare furry creatures have been spotted in the capital.

There was another sighting of a single albino fox in north London in early July of this year.

In 2015, two albino foxes were photographed taking a nap in a back garden in Brixton, south London.

Albinism is the congenital absence of melanin in an animal or plant resulting in white hair, feathers, scales and skin and reddish pink or blue eyes. Individuals with the condition are referred to as albinos.

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