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Snowflakes Piling Up In Chicago!3771 viewsHedgehogs that is! This is a group of Chocolate Whites. The Ultimate Snowflake hedgehog! These cuties retain the dark facial features and dark skin of the Standard hedgies...but their quill color is almost 100% white quills. Very pretty.
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Archie running on his Whisper Wheel3643 viewsThis is a Cinnicot hedgehog named Archie. Archie is one of my husband's best buddies! He is also a prolific studly male here at Hedgehogs by Vickie. He thows some beautiful Cinnicot youngsters with lots of bright apricot quills! He is an advid "wheeler". Guess he likes to keep in shape for the ladies!
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Pinto Snowflake3619 viewsThis is a special little girl that was born here in Sept. of '04. Not only does she have the Pinto pattern patches on her rump, but her anterior color is Snowflake. Since she is in immature coloring in this photo, we believe that the Snowflake "frosting" will only get richer as she matures. A very pretty, and a very special animal!
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Male Cinnicot3506 viewsBaby hedgie born September '04
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Cinnicot Male born August '043500 viewsThe lighting in this picture does not reflect the true color of this animal. In real life, he does not appear to have as much Apricot quill color. His quills are more of the dilute Cinnamon color from his Algerian ancestors. And although this picture doesn't prove it, he is actually an Algerian Cinnicot. Notice the patch of white quills on his flank. He is technically a Pinto too. We raise so many high white Pintos here, that we tend not to acknowledge the Pinto pattern when it is only this minor.
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