Louisiana Man Videos Extremely Rare Albino Nutria on Vermilion

Ever seen an albino nutria? They’re that rare, probably not… but you’re in!

Albino Nutria Louisiana

Facebook via Neal Guidry

Nutria in Louisiana

Coypu rats in Louisiana are a known problem. They love to hang out in our swamps and swamps, feasting on the vegetation while destroying the Louisiana coast.

To combat the nutria problem, in November 2021, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Dept increased the Nutria premium at $6 per tail.

According to, once coypu rats enter the scene, there really isn’t any positive environmental impact.

“Usually have negative impacts on other wildlife species and over-harvest edible plants resulting in ‘eating’, digging causes problems with dams, levees and levees; Roundworms can infest the water in which nutria swim and then be transmitted to humans.”

However, an Acadiana male recently got video of a nutria that is so rare it would be a shame to shoot it.

White nutria

Facebook via Neal Guidry

Video of albino nutria in Louisiana

Acadiana man Neil Guidry was relaxing on the banks of the Vermilion River a few days ago when something odd caught his attention.

OK, we don’t know if Guidry was relaxing on the banks of the Vermilion, but just join us.

What he saw was something so rare even google doesn’t have many pictures of it.

There it was, an albino nutria making its way down the Vermilion.

Luckily Guidry was able to get a great video of it Albino nutria before it disappeared.

We call this coypu albino, but from the video we can’t tell if it technically meets all the criteria for albinism or if it’s just a white coypu.

From –

“In the United States, approximately one in 18,000 to 20,000 people suffers from some form of albinism. In other parts of the world, occurrence can be as high as one in 3,000. Most children with albinism are born to parents whose hair and eye color are typical of their ethnic origin.”

Below is Neil Guidry’s video posted to Facebook.

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