What Determines the Race of a Biracial Child?

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The race of a biracial child is determined by the races of the child's parents. The child may receive any number of traits from either parent. The child might have the predominant appearance of one race or the other.
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Legally, it's by the father's race, regardless of the skin tones. Regards, Chris. Source(s) http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-hGOwoRoic….
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