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They're not true hairless (which is available in the US but not the UK) but they are what is known as 'fuzzy hairless' which is a different gene. There are quite a few hairless genes, luckily the one you have there have no problems breeding etc and are exactly like other normally furred mice.
 

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They're not true hairless (which is available in the US but not the UK) but they are what is known as 'fuzzy hairless' which is a different gene. There are quite a few hairless genes, luckily the one you have there have no problems breeding etc and are exactly like other normally furred mice.
Thank you very much. :) We are very happy to have this set as part of our family, it is actually the first time I've seen a hairless mouse like this, we've had plenty of hairless rats and fuzzy (like these), but never a mouse.
 
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