Is it possible for two blue-eyed, blonde-haired people to have a dark-haired, brown-eyed child?
The dominate – recessive genes responsible for blue or brown eyes were the topic of today’s biology class. Of course we dove in to punnet squares and all that, and we happened to do one with two blue-eyed parents, drawing the conclusion that such a pair can only have blued eyed children.
But, there is one girl in my class that has brown eyes – almost black brown eyes. But both of her supposedly biological parents have blue. She’s creeped out. I’m curious.
Is this possible? What’s going on here?
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