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Calico or tortoiseshell is a type of coloring found on cats and fish. It is usually a combination of red, black, chocolate and cinnamon. The color pattern is caused by a genetic trait called X-inactivation or lyonization. Calico is also a type of plain-woven cotton fabric, traditionally produced in India.

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