Is the pronunciation of 'have' correct? Shouldn't it be short, more like 'hæ'?
Sort of. In normal speech you are right, but as a learning tool the pronunciation 'have' is probably better.
Yes, but if there are two pronunciations of the same spelling, sometimes the voice chooses the wrong one.
It definitely sounds more like "have" as in garden. It might be old-fashioned, I'm not sure. But since it's a more unusual pronunciation, I just reported it.
Just what does this mean? A body can be multi coloured?? Or that, simply, that skin colour varies according to the genes one inherited??
Probably this means that a dead body may vary in color depending on its level of decomposition. Just a medical thing you know.