In what many years is it predominantly only one skin color?

2021-09-02 05:01:30 RUSSELL

by mixing the genes

William

not at all, it depends on which genes prevail at the respective child. For example, I know several families in which one partner is dark-skinned and the other knows and have a white child and a dark child. There can also be two black or two Latinos a white child or turn two white a black child when that is in the genes.

Often it happens that children see their grandparents similar to their grandparents or great-grandparents.

And that's a good thing, so the variety remains preserved.

Shawn

probably never because areas with strong sunlight are a darker skin color.

Sergio

hard to say because that takes a long time

Clint

But very long is not so important anyway

In what many years is it predominantly only one skin color?

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