|02-17-2019 04:25 PM|
That's very interesting! She looks just like my albino hedgehog, but is a pinto!
I had a hamster who I thought was albino when he was a baby, but as he got older he developed a brown spot on his head. Genetics are neat.
|02-17-2019 11:29 AM|
Definitely not an albino.
Its always fun to see how they can change when they grow into their adult color.
|02-17-2019 03:49 AM|
|Morganluna131||This is what she looks like! You can maybe see the color change in the second picture.|
|02-15-2019 11:49 AM|
|Brooke Lancelot||That's interesting. I didn't know that. Thanks! My boy only has 2 quils on his body that has a brown tip. (He's an albino too) so I'm guessing alot of young pintos can get mistaken for albinos and sold at a lower price.|
|02-15-2019 09:27 AM|
|Kalandra||Yes. Reverse pintos can have dark ruby red eyes.|
|02-15-2019 09:23 AM|
|Brooke Lancelot||Can Pintos also have red eyes?|
|02-15-2019 08:48 AM|
|Kalandra||If she has banded quills, she wasn't an albino but a very white pinto who is developing more banded quills now.|
|02-14-2019 10:56 PM|
Albino changing color
Hello, I have a cutie albino hedgie, but recently a patch of her skin changed a darker color, and over that patch her quills changed to where each quill has a stripe of a darker brown scone they have grown out. What is happening here? Is this maybe a rash or somehow a tan..? I have no clue but if you have any outlook please comment!