What Color Are Black Babies at Birth?

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Babies that will have darker skin as they get older do not always start off looking "black" at birth. This is because melanin is not yet present in their skin. Melanin can take weeks or even months before taking full effect, though a baby's genitals and nipples will usually have the darker pigment.
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Black babies are usually white at birth, or simply light. The black colour results from the unchangeable melanin pigment of their skin. Some black babies, however, are born with the black colour, though less often.
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