White springbok are a color phase of the common springbok with identical habits. They aren’t an albino and their coloring is as a result of a gene mutation.
Their coloring can vary from pure white to different shades of white.
Springbok are the only true gazelle to be found in Southern Africa. The trophy collection of a common springbok, along with the black, white and copper springbok color phases is called a Springbok Slam in Africa hunting terminology.