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Tatahas

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Hey guys, I just read somewhere about how would you know your rabbits fur color from their skin and they said that light rabbits skin would be white and dark rabbits skin would be dark or have dark patches. Haru has black/dark grey fur, but her skin is white and she looks alot lighter than when I first got her and her roots became kind of whiteish, does that mean that her adult fur will be white? also i don't really know what fur is supposed to look like, but it's thin and dark, and i found maybe 6 thick white strands, its thick like it's human hair, is that what adult fur looks like?
 

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It also depends on what breed of rabbit you have, and how old they are. I don't remember the exact breed, maybe it was the californian or himalayan, could be wrong, that started off as one colour and after shedding baby coat turned into another colour.
Sort of comparable to how heli and lop eared buns won't have their ears droopy as yojng young rabbits.
 

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It also depends on what breed of rabbit you have, and how old they are. I don't remember the exact breed, maybe it was the californian or himalayan, could be wrong, that started off as one colour and after shedding baby coat turned into another colour.
Sort of comparable to how heli and lop eared buns won't have their ears droopy as yojng young rabbits.
She is 6 months Lionhead
 

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A picture of her fur, on her would be best.
(asking cause some rabbits fur will change a shade in a certain area)

Example:
Molting fur change
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