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The Seal Lynx Bengal

The seal lynx Bengal is the most common colour variation of the snow Bengal. The seal lynx gene is recessive so in order to produce a seal lynx point Bengal, the colour must be carried by both parents.

Seal Lynx Bengal kittens

The seal lynx Bengal can be easily recognised at birth as it is the only snow that is born almost all white with very little or no markings. This colour can also be determined by taking a photograph of the Bengal with the flash on. If the eye shows the red of the retina, the Bengal is a seal lynx.

Seal Lynx Bengal kitten with red eyes

The seal lynx Bengal has a pale ivory background colour with various shades of brown markings (once older).

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The undersides of the seal lynx Bengal are white and there is very little difference between the colour of the body markings and the point colour. The tail tip is always black.

Seal Lynx Bengal cat with white undersides and a black tail tip

The seal lynx Bengal has brick red nose leather and clear blue eyes both as a kitten and as an adult.

Seal Lynx Bengal cat with blue eyes
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