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That's definitely porphyrin. Rats typically have small amounts of it around their eyes and nose, but a lot of porphyrin might mean they're stressed or having a respiratory issue. If you have recently switched their bedding, it can be from extra dust in it. My rats groom it off usually within the same day it appears, but if they don't, you can wipe it off with an unscented baby wipe or damp paper towel🙂
 
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