Wonderful White World
By: nobert bermosa
Have you ever imagine your world where everything is almost all white? Here’s what it looks like if you decide to live in the world of whites.
You live literally in a “white house” painted with white inside and out. The flowers, tiles, the marbles and others are all white. Everything looks so clean and pure.
“White roses” and “white tulips” will be just perfect for your “white porcelain vases” in your dining and living rooms.
Your rock garden’s landscape is all “white limestone”.
All your pets are white as well.
It would be so nice to have a “white cockatoo” bird in your lawn. A cockatoo is any of the 20 bird species belonging to the family Cacatuidae. The name cockatoo originated from the Malay name for these birds, kakatua (either from kaka “parrot” + tuwah, or “older sister” from kakak “sister” + tua, “old”).
In your pool you have a “White Beluga whale”. Aside from its white color you are much interested on this creature because it is the only kind of whale who can turn its neck to look around them.
A cat is one of the most popular household pets in the world and having a “white feline” will be so cool.
Like cats, dogs are one of the leading and most popular household pets in the world and owning a “white Eskimo puppy” would be so great.
And a “white rat” is also becoming a popular house pet because they’re so cute and consume minimal amount of foods.
It will also be so wonderful if all your domestic animals are all white, of course.
Having a daily horseback riding with a pure “white horse” in your ranch will surely be exciting and offers lot of fun.
It would be so cool to have a Royal “White Sheep” which grows a hair with a down undercoat in the fall and naturally sheds it’s fiber in the spring, thus the cost and expense of shearing is eliminated.
It would be an elegant view to see “white peacocks” in your yard with all those captivating feathers spread all over. Peacock or peafowl are known for their majestic display of feather.
Chickens are raise for their meat, eggs and sometimes for its feather. If you have a pair of “white chicken”, in a year’s time you will be having an average of 30 “white chickens”. An interesting trivia about this pair of chicken is that – when they’re dressed, the color of their skin is black.
Having a “white pig”, which is becoming a popular household pet, would be so cool. Pigs are one of the major providers of meat in the world and of frozen and processed foods.
Having a flock of “white geese” in your backyard pond will surely be a very interesting view especially when they all take a plunge into the pond and watch them swim synchronically. Another good thing of having geese in your yard is that – they make good as good house guards because only half of their body sleep, one eye remain open while they sleep keeping watch in the surrounding. They will immediately create a noise when an intruder is evident.
This domestic bird is raise for their meat and eggs. The meat of turkeys is one of the most expensive meats. Turkeys are also especially raise and are best serve during “thanksgiving day”.
A “white duck” swimming in your backyard pond will be a nice sight. A duck is a common domestic animal raised for its meat and eggs. Peking duck is a specialty in China and other Chinese communities all throughout the world.
How about a “white goat”? Goats are raised for their meat and milk.
You also have one “Snow-white Baby Dromedary”. “White camels” are becoming a lot more common these days.
A “white carabao” or popularly known as water buffalo. If you are not familiar with this animal, it is the common beast of burden in many Asian countries like the Philippines, Thailand, China and others.
A “white llama” is a rare occurrence and having one in your possession will be very exciting knowing that they are very rare. Llamas are endemic to South America.
And a “white alpaca” will surely draw the attention of many especially the kids. Alpaca are endemic to South America like the llama.
A “white cow” in your ranch will provide a soothing and beautiful ambience. Cattle are one of the major sources of meat foods in the world aside from the milk they provide.
This is a photo of a “white rhea” in a farm. Rheas, emus and ostrich are becoming popular domestic birds being raise in farms for their meat, eggs, and also feather.
A “white emu”
How soothing and enjoyable to take a plunge in a beach where the water is so clear and the sand is white?
Your “white rest house” is located in a beach with “white sands” where “white penguins” and “white pelicans” roam.
This “white penguin” is an Adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae). It lacks the genetic code for black/blue pigment hence all the parts that would normally look black appear white. The bird is not an albino – it does have some pigment colors.
Animal collections in your mini-zoo include the ff;
In your mini-zoo you have a white version of the “king of the jungle”, the lion.
You also have a “white polar bear”. (This animal is protected and I am sure that it will be very hard to own this beautiful species of bear.)
You also possessed a female “white kangaroo” with her baby in her pouch. This white animal is an albino of red kangaroo which is rare in the world.
A “white snake” can also be an additional attraction in your mini-zoo.
Because you are very fond of things with white colors, you also like most of your food to be white.
How about “white crabs” for lunch?
And “white lobsters” for daily dinner?
Well, if that’s the case, one thing is certain – you will not grow old because you’ll probably end up very young in a “white coffin’ to be inserted in a ‘white tomb”.
When that happens, you lose all your chances of meeting your “white lady”, eerrrrrrr, your dream “lady in white” I should say.
Anyway, if you really want to see or live in an environment where everything is almost all white, I would suggest that you go to Antarctica or in the Arctic region.