American Fancy Rat & Mouse Association

This article is from the WSSF 2011 AFRMA Rat & Mouse Tales news-magazine.


It’s In The Teeth

Did You Know?  The color of the teeth on Satin mice are white instead of the usual yellow color? Another way to tell if a very dark color such as Black is Satin or not, look at the belly/vent area.

Satin Mouse Teeth
The teeth of a 6-week-old Black Satin female. Idea from Monica Amadigi in Switzerland
Standard Mouse Teeth
. . . and the Black Standard sister showing normal color of teeth. Mice owned and bred by Karen Robbins. Photos ©2010 Craig Robbins.

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Updated October 27, 2015