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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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Baby hairless mice and spiny mouse

well i have had 7 baby hairless mice nearly 2 weeks ago and thye opened their eyes a couple of days ago so perfect photo opportunity!
also either last night or the night before one of my spiny mice gave birth to 2 babies, sadly one died but i have one left, seeing as they already born to face the world i can take pics straight away









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My goodness! How cute!!




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Oh they are so funny looking The spiny mouse is adorable





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So cute! The hairless mice are precious!!

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AWWWW they are SO CUTE!!!!
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They're so weirdly cute! Not a huge fan of the hairless variety myself, but the babies are strangely adorable.
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Very cute! I especially love the spiny mouse .




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post #9 of 30 (permalink) Old 03-26-2009, 06:41 AM Thread Starter
 
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Haha! they're cute in a ugly kind of way aren't they

I read all over the net that baby hairless develop a full set of baby fur and at around 3 weeks begin to lose it again, mine were born bald and have remained bald, which i find unusual, but i guess at least i don't have to wait to find out if they really are hairless!!
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and i still can't get over the fact that spiny is only 2 days old!! well one day in that pic!
i have worked with them before and bred them, but it still amazes me how well developed they are born!!
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the baby spiny is so cute! he/she/it has really cute boggley eyes in that photo facing the camera.


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yeah, its eyes are really googly! and its head is massive compared to its body, haha! they're all so ugly!
Hairless mice babies were out and playing last night, i sat for ages watching them its so cute.
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and i still can't get over the fact that spiny is only 2 days old!! well one day in that pic!
i have worked with them before and bred them, but it still amazes me how well developed they are born!!
WOW! Only 2 days?
They are so developed compared to fancy mouse babies! Thats crazy! When are they weaned?





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not quite sure when they are weaned, i've not had enough experience with them to observe that, i know its crazy how developed they are, thats why their gestation is 42 days instead of 21 in a normal mouse and they only have what i've known to be up to 4 babies maximum in a litter though its more commonly one or two!
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that very first picture is so stinkin' cute! those little paws are precious.
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