I don't get it. Is that an albino plant or is it like a white poinsetta?It looks healthy enough to me.
They're two oak seedlings. I assume the white one has a mutation that keeps it from producing chlorophyll. It looks healthy because it has the food in its acorn to live off of and all the other parts of its physiology are functioning. However, when the food supply is gone, so is it. (Unless a botanist comes along a grafts it onto a normal oak tree).
You should follow its demise...
Natura non facit saltus (unless of course it's a quantum of saltus like a mutation).
You should follow its demise...Morbid!
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