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At first I thought I had 2x girls because my research showed a defined area on the head for the girls. What do I get? Two chicks with a very definite tiny spot on each. Then, I saw the legs! The first one was really light plus it has a blurred white section on it's rump. A boy? The 2nd one had practically the same tiny definite spot but really dark legs! Didn't help when a friend told me he thought both were boys! Now, I'm confused! Can anyone help? As you can see, the photos reversed as I uploaded them. I forgot the program did that! Lol!


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