Hair and Body Colours
Known Exotics

Due to the genetic manipulation from countless millennia ago that resulted in the creation of thropes in the first place, unusual and unnatural hair and fur colors were added into the mix. These genes have managed to survive within the population, occasionally resulting in a uniquely colored individual. Because these colors are unusual they are seen as more beautiful and exotic.

Humans were not excluded from this genetic manipulation either, leaving them capable of having unnatural hair and/or skin color.

Though extremely rare, a handful of species have managed to selectively breed themselves into having an unusual color become their standard, even over their natural color. The prime examples of this are hedgehogs and echidnas. The "default" color for a hedgehog generally tends to be within the blue and green spectrum, while for echidnas the standard is reds, oranges and pinks.

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