What would a Mexican baby who was half English look like?
It depends on the genetic combination of their parents. See, 9% of Mexicans (some 10 million of them) are "white" and the baby could look just like a Caucasian, or have any combination of traits including pale skin with brown eyes or a more tanned skin with blue or green eyes. Just google 'white Mexicans' and you will see what i am talking about.
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I have a pitbull boxer. Her mom was a rednose pit and dad was a boxer. she was the runt of the litter so is probably a little smaller than average. she is an extremely well be…haved dog that was easy to train. She has a great demeanor and knows a bunch of commands. She was very calm and submissive naturally so that helps. Here she is at 6 months and 41 lbs: these next few are @ 12 weeks and 14 lbs: I also have a Pitbul boxer. These dogs look like pitbuls, but have the body of a boxer so, 1. they are smaller and more friendly & 2. Most have small tails. That's pretty much it and kudos to the top answer
Probably something like this when full grown (see related link).
i said to tell me what would a Mexican person who was half black look like what a puerto rican person
if the world was chopped in half it'd look like a bowl, but filled with sections of hot rocks
Well that is very hard to say. I myself am Mexican and White but I ended up just looking white. My Boyfriend is Filipino and I have often wondered what our children would look… like. The way genetics works makes with biracial or in this case tri-racial kids, basically the baby cold look like any of the three or all at the same time. It all depends on who has the stronger genes...that of the mother or the father.
I honestly have no idea but i am wondering the same thing. My husband is mexican(really light complexion to the point my parents thought he was white)and i am black(milk choco…late, not too dark). We are trying to conceive and i wonder what our little boy or girl will look like. It really doesn't matter either way i would love our baby the same but i cant help wondering. First of all, not to be insulting or rude, but this really is an ignorant and stupid question for several reasons. 1) Black is a "race" and is not necessarily nation-specific since one can be from any nation and any nationality on Earth and still be Black. 2) Mexican is a nationality and therefore one can only be Mexican if legally a citizen or legally born in Mexico and is therefore specific to one nation - Mexico. 3) Half Black and half Mexican would be akin to a statement such as "half American and half Tennessean" or "half Canadian and half Quebecian" or "half White and half Floridian." What about this question, "What would a Black baby who was half American look like?" Statements like these are not mutually exclusive. One cannot be half Black (a race) and half Mexican (a nationality). It's two separate categories. However, the average American idiot these days cannot seem to wrap their brains around these simple, yet, logical facts. Mexicans, which are a nationality, can be of any race just as Americans can be. Many Mexicans are White, predominantly descended from Spaniards and secondly Frenchmen, with smaller populations descending back to German, Irish, Russian, Lebanese, etc., settlers. There's even Mexicans that are Black - primarily brought over by the Spaniards during the slave trade or those that escaped the Caribbean and hid out in Mexico. However, the largest population of Mexicans are those of indigenous stock such as Aztecs and other Aboriginal peoples. These Brown people are actually descended from ancient populations of Blacks and Whites that mingled thousands of years ago. The other Mexicans that make up a very large percentage are the recent Mixes or Mestizos which are Brown/White mixtures. So, the question is, which Mexican are you referring to when you speak of that Mixed baby? What if the baby is half Black American and half Black Mexican? Wouldn't the baby still be Black? Of course! Black in race, Mixed in nationality. Here's a question. What would a baby who is half White and half Canadian look like? Sounds kind of dumb when asked like that don't it! You cannot be part race and part nationality! All people within a race are that race, but not all people of a nationality are of the same race. Hispanic is not a race, Latino is not a race, Arab is not a race, Asian, Middle Eastern, Indian, Native American, Pacific Islander, European, African, etc., etc., etc., are not races. They are continents, parts of continents, regions, countries, conglomerates, etc. I guess Seal's not Black, but rather British. William Shatner's not White, he's Canadian. The late Steve Irwin (Crocodile Hunter) is not White, but Australian. Why not? If Salma Hayek's not White but Mexican and Felix Trinidad not Black but Puerto Rican, then Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wasn't Black, but Georgian. Or wait, was he American? You see the problem? Hopefully so. Race, nationality, ethnicity, and continentality are all separate categories and must be treated as such or it becomes way too convaluted and without substance or common sense!
In Mexico he is known as an "Afro-Mexicano": http://images.google.com/images?hl=es&source=hp&q=afro-mexican
They will be darker skinned, with "mix race" textured hair. However, they may have an orange undertone and have Indian features, such as a narrow bridge on their nose.
It would look like a poor breeding choice dont mix the lines why would you want to do that
Progeria Baby A baby with progeria will look normal for about the first two years. After that, symptoms of disease that causes premature aging start showing. The child first… ceases to thrive and progressively starts showing aging signs. Kids with that disease normally live to be about 13, but can live longer. There is no known cure.
To think about what a crossbred would look like, you mix the characteristics of the dam and the sire. For example: Dalmation: Spotted, loyal, protective, large, black, whit…e, etc. Jack Russell: Perky, devoted, small, brown, black, white, strong, etc. So if you mix those, you'd probably get something along the lines of: -Medium sized -Large spots -strong -Loyal, Protective, Devoted -black and white (and maybe some brown) It all depends on how strong each characteristic is though. Hope this helps.
go on youtube and type in pitbull / daschund mix again! It is a puppy. That would be what the look like. Personally i think they are really cute.
The ultimate question uh? For all anime lovers I shall answer. Well..... To me I guess a saiyan/demon would have red aura,sharp teeth and a bad temper. Probably ain't the best… answer but if you want a pic in your head think of vegeta as he transforms into a great ape.
Like a human being.
My nieces and nephew are black white and Mexican the younger niece is lighter complexted but the other ones look like a black and white mixed baby with darker skin and curly h…air they all have that curly hair the middle one has more course hair but they are beautiful
ok, look. there really is no answer for that, but it would not look wierd or anything. It would look like a normal baby, it would just depend on how the actual parents look.
It depends. Most of the time Native/White mixed babies come out looking more native but at times they can look white. But Native genes are very dominant over Caucasian/Europea…n genes because some Native people have dark hair, brown eyes and a darker skin tone then those of Caucasian people. The majority of Native/Caucasian people who live in Canada have dark hair (varies from jet back to a dark brown) brown eyes and an olive skin tone which is darker than pale skin. A native/white baby is most likely to have more Native features than white because Native just as Asian and Hispanic genes are more dominant than Caucasian/European genes because of darker hair/eye color and skin tone. Anything that is darker is usually dominant. Blue eyes, light coloured hair and lighter skin tones are usually recessive genes. But even though a Native/White baby may look more native than white they won't look exactly native. Their hair may be a bit lighter than the Native parent and have paler skin but darker than the lighter color coloured parent. Genes and heredity are very complicated and it's not exactly known how they reallly work but you don't know what your child will really look like until they are born.