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A0785AA0785AA0785AA0785AA0785A16012090Chamoisee 🎨 RGB Color Code: #A0785A

The hexadecimal RGB code of Chamoisee color is #A0785A. This code is composed of a hexadecimal A0 red (160/256), a 78 green (120/256) and a 5A blue component (90/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(160,120,90). Closest WebSafe color: Copper rose (#996666)
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Chamoisee on Wikipedia

Chamois Coloured goat
The Chamois Coloured Goat, French: Chèvre chamoisée, German: Gämsfarbige Gebirgsziege, Italian: Camosciata delle Alpi, is an indigenous breed of domestic
Oberhasli goat
the American Goat Society. The coloring of the breed is called "chamoisée" or "chamoisee" for its perceived resemblance to the colors of the wild Alpine
Buttermilk Sky
old when the video was taken in July 2012. Her colour is described as "chamoisee with white belt". According to her owners, Buttermilk Sky is known for
Alpine goat
Alpine Alpine goats with the Chamoisée color grazing in France Conservation status Least Concern Other names Alpine polychrome, American Alpine, French
Chamois (disambiguation)
Stage Manager (internally codenamed Chamois), a feature on iPadOS 16 Chamoisee, a color found on some goats Chamoy (disambiguation) Shamwari, a game
Shades of brown
sugar Buff Burgundy Burnt sienna Burnt umber Camel Caput mortuum Caramel Chamoisee                     Chestnut Chocolate Citron Cocoa Brown Coffee Copper
The Valdostana (also called Chamoisée valdôtaine in French) is an indigenous breed of domestic goat from the autonomous region of Aosta Valley in north-western
List of Swiss goat breeds
Simplergeiss Gletschergeiss Capra Sempione Chamois-coloured Goat Chèvre chamoisée Gämsfarbige Gebirgsziege Camosciata delle Alpi Grisons Striped Chèvre
List of goat breeds
(High mountains) Himalayas Wool, meat Chamba Himalaya Chamois Coloured Chamoisée Switzerland meat, milk Changthangi Bamar, Pashmina Tibet, Southwest China
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sugar Buff Burgundy Burnt sienna Burnt umber Camel Caput mortuum Caramel Chamoisee                     Chestnut Chocolate Citron Cocoa Brown Coffee Copper

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