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    Caramel Albino

    This rich, caramel colored animal with lavender undertones and dark red eyes was first produced by NERD in 1996. It has also been called Xanthic and Xantic Ablino. The term "xanthic" means "with yellow" and is the opposite of axanthic. This morph is also sometimes referred to as T+ Albino. The T+ stands for "tyrosinase positive" meaning the animal has a specific enzyme that allows it to produce some pigments, as opposed to the typical albino that can produce none. (The common albino is sometimes called T- Albino.) Careful attention to bloodlines is important when breeding Caramels because of a tendency to produce "kinked" offspring. The risk of kinked spines can be minimized with selective breeding of healthy animals with unkinked ancestors and an avoidance of inbreeding.

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