Hello, I have 5 Silver-Laced Wyandotte chicks that are about 4 days old. Four of them look virtually identical. The 5th one has a very mottled face and is overall much lighter in color than the other 4. She (I hope it is a she!!) also has distinct dark stripes down her back, appearing to be a chick wearing a chipmunk costume. Does anyone know if her coloration will remain lighter than the others when she grows up or if there is just variation as chicks and they all turn out the same. We only plan to keep 1 of these, as we also got some other breeds, and I don't know whether to choose her or 1 of the darker ones. Thanks a lot!!