Standard x Satin Angora
If your standard carries the satin gene, then your babies will be standards and satins, 50% each (in theory!). If your standard carries the angora gene, then your babies will be Standards and satins, 50% each (again, in theory).If your standard carried both angora and satin, and then the babies will be babies will all mixed up, some just satin, some satin angora, some angora, some just standards. BUT if your standard doesn't carry either gene, then the young will all be standards, carrying both the satin and angora gene. When they're old enough, you can mate one of the mice from the litter back to the parent who's satin angora, and then you'll have a mixed litter(satin, angora, satin angora and standards).
Satin x satin angora.
All the babies will be satin, but if your satin mouse carries angora, then about 50% will be satin angora.
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