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They are fuzzy hairless like we have in this country. Remember the US is different in that they have different genes and there are many hairless ones. All my fuzzy hairless had whiskers, some were curly and some weren't, the babies looked just like that. They will be fine, they are likely to look like the photo you posted of the mother when they get older :)
 

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Wow, that's a sudden population explosion for you then :lol: If the boys are already together (as in both litters) or are introduced at a young age you will probably be able to keep them as a large group without splitting them up. I've had many groups of bucks live together so don't despair!
 
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