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This is my newest boy Bailey...I was told he was an algerian chocolate :?
I was thinking maybe more of an algerian brown snowflake :?:



he is a lot lighter than he appears in the 1st pic and has around 80% white quills
 

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Approx 13 weeks old...the changes in him have been quite dramatic since he was a few weeks old.
One of his parents is a brown snowflake.
 

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I thought I'd replay in here with a question. You confirmed my guy as algirian Chocholate Pinto, but he could be 8 weeks old, so if he starts quilling would his coloring change?
 

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HedgieNewbie said:
I thought I'd replay in here with a question. You confirmed my guy as algirian Chocholate Pinto, but he could be 8 weeks old, so if he starts quilling would his coloring change?
Absolutely! This is why I really need the hedgehogs to be at least 9 weeks old before classifying them. For those who breed, knowing the 4-8 weeks old colours is important to later colour breedings, but proper ID cannot be done before the ninth week quilling.

Bryan
 

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Bailey is adorable! hes the same color as my little girl daisy! :D
 
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