So there's mixed twins where one is black and the other is white. Could this occur if there is, let's say, mixed twins where one is black and the other is Asian or one is white and the other is Asian? Or does this only apply to black and white fraternal twins?
- ZirpLv 74 weeks ago
please refrain from stupid racism.
Any "normal" baby will have 23 chromosomes from the mother and 23 from the father. Siblings never will have the exact same one. Mixed twins and other siblings typically share about 23 chromosomes with eachother.
If both parents each have the allele for brown and the allele for white, it is perfectly possible for them to have a white child and a brown one - whether those be mixed twins or not
- JakeLv 64 weeks ago
one could have albinism or perhaps the mother had an affair
- Pearl LLv 74 weeks ago
i think its possible