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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 05:42
Your baby will be lighter than he is and darker than you are.
Positive: 62 %
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 11:54
I would imagine about the skin tone of : Alex Rodriquez
Positive: 56 %
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 12:51
Probably look like that http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSZcNZM6deHNpxAKoCeg rTtsCjN6ASDYVxGVcyOhpIefE6-kfaZ He/she will be really beautiful with all that mixture wow
Positive: 36 %
Answer #4 | 22/12 2013 19:31
Actually, no one can possibly tell you. These things are not determined by high school biology using Mendelian "dominant vs. recessive genes". Humans are much more complex than peas. What determines hair/eye color, skin tone, head shape, body build, I.Q., etc. is due to a process known as re-combination. During the early stages of gestation, the gamete divides into two separate parts, spins around, and re-combines. It is during this process of re-combination that anything genetically possible can and does happen, such as parents with dark hair having a child with bright red curly hair or white parents having a child obviously part black, etc. If you are old enough to think about babies, there is no way that you could not have heard these stories. Me, I married a Filipina (a nice "tan" color). I am a so-called white (I have American Indian, Eskimo, Inuit ancestors, as well as ancestors from more than 30 African countries and across China, India, Japan, Viet Nam, the Philippines, etc.) Our sons each married a Filipina; my oldest son's children have red hair and pale skin! They are more white than I am! even though they are "3/4" Filipino! In other words, any skin tone extant can be their skin tone, from translucent to ebony.
Positive: 4 %

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