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100C08100C08100C08100C08100C0816128Smoky Black 🎨 RGB Color Code: #100C08

The hexadecimal RGB code of Smoky Black color is #100C08. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 10 red (16/256), a 0C green (12/256) and a 08 blue component (8/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(16,12,8). Closest WebSafe color: Black (#000000)
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Smoky black
Smoky black or black carrying cream is a coat color of horses which has the same phenotype as black. Smoky black is produced by the action of a heterozygous
Cream gene
will be buckskin or perlino. A black base coat with the cream gene becomes the not-always-recognized smoky black or a smoky cream. Cream horses, even those
Black horse
minimal effect on black pigment, so heterozygous creams with a black base coat (smoky blacks) differ little from true blacks. A smoky black will have at least
Great Smoky Mountains
covers the upper elevations is the largest of its kind. The Smokies are home to the densest black bear population in the Eastern United States and the most
Smoky quartz
complete transparency to an almost-opaque brownish-gray or black crystals. The color of smoky quartz is produced when natural radiation, emitted from the
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an American national park in the southeastern United States, with parts in North Carolina and Tennessee. The park
Primitive markings
black or reddish, while those on red duns are distinctly red. Dorsal stripes on dun horses with the cream gene seem unaffected by cream: smoky black-duns
Equine coat color
not black, but can sometimes be darker than the body coat, generally a reddish or rust color, though not to be confused with a red dun. Smoky black: A
Brindle
tiger's coat. Brindle typically appears as black stripes on a red base. The stripes are eumelanin (black/brown pigment) and the base is phaeomelanin
Old Black (Great Smoky Mountains)
Old Black is a mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains, located in the Southeastern United States. While often overshadowed by Mount Guyot, its higher neighbor
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