The fact that a baby born from a black family is white makes it seem like “what would be a home without genetics”. In fact, it is not impossible, but this event, which has a very low probability, cannot be fully explained even by science.
A couple of African descent with their baby white skin and blonde hair He says that when the owner was born, there was a moment of silence in the room and they stared at each other in shock.
The child, who is past the age of believing that the storks brought him now, is passed on to his parents when he grows up. “Am I adopted?” He’s sure to ask. Now let’s take a look at how such a thing is actually possible.
When a blond and white-skinned child was born from a Nigerian family, the delivery room was a bit confused, of course…
Nigerian father, Ben Ihegboro, blonde and white skinned When he saw his daughters, he could not believe for a while that it was his child, and the doctors in the room were looking at the father with concern as if he was not the father of the child.
44 year old father a momentary shock He states that he is alive, but he never suspected his wife Angela and there was no problem between them. When we look at the baby, it is not difficult to see that it has the features of both its mother and father. When the DNA test was done, it was clearly revealed that they were the parents of the baby.
The first thing that comes to mind is that the baby is albino, but Nmachi is not albino!
Caused by the deficiency of the enzyme that produces the color pigment in the skin. to albino disease confirmed by doctors that he did not have. So how is it that a child with blond hair and white skin can be born from a black family?
Doctors describe this situation as “extraordinary”.
According to scientists, this is not impossible, but nowadays not fully explained. The family also had 2 more black children when their blonde baby Nmachi was born.
The most common opinion by experts is that a small family of African origin Ihegboro genetic mutation and that this mutation is dominant, but there are other theories.
“How about a white baby in a black family?” Other theories on the question are as follows:
Another theory that scientists suggest is that parents from family background however, they have the inactive white gene or have an unknown gene mutation of Nmachi’s albino disease.
If it’s none of these, doctors haven’t seen it before. a unique genetic mutation may have arisen. Thus, if the blonde baby has Nmachi’s child, she too can be born white.
Even if all this makes sense, when we look back and look at the photo again, we can say: “People are truly astounded…”
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