Siamese sable rabbits have a rich sepia colour on their backs, ears, faces, on the outside of their legs and upper sides of their tails. They also have a saddle on their backs and boast a unbroken dark line from head to tail. Their flanks are a gorgeous sepia shade which is a much paler colour than found on their backs. All the shades of sepia blend seamlessly with the lightest spot being on their bellies. They have one sable gene and one albino. As you can see the shadings are much more distinct than dark sable
Dark Siamese Sable
This is a bunny with two doses of sable gene. As you can see it looks similar to a black self, without further examination. BRC description states: Overall impression shaded dusty black. Dorsal area: Black-brown top colour blending down to the skin ('very rich dark sepia') Flanks: Dusty black-brown top colour blending down to the skin. Belly: Lighter dusty black-brown top colour blending down to the skin. Eyes brown or brown with a deep red shine. Nails dark horn.
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The body is to be a smoke-like gray colour with a blue-gray like colour on the chest, flanks and belly. Eyes are to be blue-gray. Diluted sable