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One white, the other black, fucking twins!

One white, the other black, fucking twins!



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It is rare, and still rare, when a couple of black and white twins are born. However, according to experts, due to the laws of genetic inheritance, the birth of such babies is becoming more common.

There are 12,000 twin couples born in England each year, about 385 of them black or mixed. However, the fact that one member of a twin couple is white and the other one black is very rare, the chances of only being two to one million. Kayden йs Layton Wood even such twin couples, who are still just old-fashioned, are already local celebrities because of their outsiders.

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The real difference is that the twins' parents are white, or more precisely their mother's mother is Nigerian, but her father's is white. Surprisingly, one of the boys' white skin, blond hair, and the other child was dominated by Nigerian grandmother's genes: she was born with black skin and hair. "No one can say for sure that two completely white-skinned parents can't have a black and a white child, and neither does a black couple," he explained. Dr. Jim Wilson, geneticist at Edinburgh University. "Since 50% to 50% of the gels are dry, the baby of a mixed couple is probably half black, which is a mixed color.
However, second-generation babies are different. If someone marries a white man among your strangers, your child will probably be white, as 50/50 percent of the white-to-white genius is not present. But even though white children are born, there is a chance that they will be black. So these chances are even higher for twins, meaning that in the future there will be more and more black and white twins".
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