Biology Question #905

Randi Trevena, a 15 year old female from Regina Beach asks on September 6, 2002,

hi i was just wondering whether or not a child can have a different color of eyes that both there parents?

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The answer

Barry Shell answered on September 13, 2002

Yes. This is possible due to recessive genes. This was answered in a previous question about eye colour.

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