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Answered 2008-09-12 16:13:46

No matter what each of you looks like the baby could turn out looking completely white or black, but it has a greater chance of looking more white if the black parent is fair and the white parent is blonde or redheaded. If the white parent has red hair(and red hair is recessive) the parents should be blonde or redheaded as well. This gives the child a greater chance of having light or red hair. The white parent should have blue or gray eyes. It helps if the black parent has any of these traits.

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