Can Two Blue Eyed Parents Have a Brown Eyed Baby?

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The laws of genetics say that eye colour is inherited as follows: If both the parents have blue eyes, the kids will have blue eyes. Therefore, it is not possible for two blue eyed parents to give birth to a brown eyed child.
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There is a 1 chance in 4 that two brown-eye parents will have a blue-eyec child, if. both parents have the Bb gene. There are other factors involved that would allow for two brown-eyed
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The odds are fairly low, as brown eyes are a dominant gene. However, human genetics is pretty complicated, so it is indeed possible. Please note the SOURCE below, which confirms this
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200703...
Children can have different eye
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"Contrary to what many of us are taught in school, eye color is not a simple genetic trait. Multiple genes and multiple variants of these genes interact to determine eye color.
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