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RE: What are these?

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Posted by: John_1982 at Tue Jul 15 15:17:42 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by John_1982 ]  
   

Could have swore I posted this but it's not showing up. If this is a double post - apologies in advance.

The eyes of the hypo animals are normal looking, one is just more opaque with incoming shed. Jason Nelson was unaware of hypo being in this particular line but a recessive hiding out for several generations isn't all that uncommon I reckon.

One of the albino animals has a noticeable fade on it's head, I wonder if this could tell hybino from albino or maybe just typical variation in albinos? Thanks for the feedback so far.

John Hannum




   

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