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Chinchilla Genetic - White

Wilson Whites should not bred against their same color. Not even a pure white with a mosaic. A lethal factor appears to be present, and fewer babies are born to such parents. Either no offspring will be born or a very weak offspring that will cause death soon after it was born. Or in others word, there is no problem to bred these two color together but keep in mind that there will be 25% no baby.

However, Whites can cross with other mutants sucessfully other than any chins who got a White gene in their background such as Silver White, Mosaic, White Violet and the like.

When Pink White bred with brown velvet, you need to break down the color from pink white (beige, Wilson white, and standard) and brown velvet (beige, black velvet, standard), and then work out all of the possibilities from these pairs.

White & White
White 50%
Standard 50%
Fatal(no baby) 25%
White & Hetero Beige
Standard 25%
White 25%
Hetero Beige 25%
Pink White 25%
Pink White & Pink White
Pink White 25%
Fatal 25%
White 12.5%
Hetero Beige 12.5%
Homo Beige/White cross 12.5%
Standard 6.25%
Homo Beige 6.25%
Pink White & White
White 25%
Pink White 25%
Fatal 25%
Hetero Beige 12.5%
Standard 12.5%
Pink White & Hetero Beige
Hetero Beige 25%
Pink White 25%
White 12.5%
Standard 12.5%
Homo Beige 12.5%
Homo Beige/White corss 12.2%
Pink White & Black Velvet
White 12.5%
Standard 12.5%
Hetero Beige 12.5%
Black Velvet 12.5%
Brown Velvet 12.5%
Pink White 12.5%
Black Velvet/White cross 12.5%
Brown Velvet/White cross 12.5%
Combine the above two..
Pink White & Brown Velvet
Hetero Beige 12.5%
Pink White 12.5%
Brown Velvet 12.5%
Brown Velvet/White cross 12.5%
White 6.25%
Standard 6.25%
Black Velvet 6.25%
Black Velvet/White cross 6.25%
Homo Beige 6.25%
Homo Beige/White cross 6.25%
Homo Beige/Black Velvet cross 6.25%
Homo Beige/Balck Velvet/White cross 6.25%

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