Thanks to a breeding programme 15 years in the making, a black Labrador has given birth to a multi-coloured litter of yellow, chocolate and black puppies.
Rarely do the female give birth to the same coloured chicks. A 4-year-old female named Zola gave birth to 10 calves, and she has black fur. The three main colors of the labradors are pale yellow and chocolate black. Hypotheses and circumstances may also be born of different colors, different from that of their parents.
That is, black and chocolate cubs can be born from a yellow mother and a yellow dad. However, the birth of all three-colored cubs can be rare. Dog owners breed labradors, and they dreamed of acquiring genes that could immediately give birth to all three colors.
That was the sort of dog that female Zola became. The cubs’ father had genes in all three colors. The cross-section was about 10 years old for the offspring to be multiplied and multiplied.
Altogether, about 10 calves were born—2 yellow, 3 chocolates, and 5 black. Zoya, however, will no longer have a baby, and it takes a cerebral palsy to give birth to this seed. But the owners still managed the same genes as they pleased.