One is black and has big brown eyes. The other is a blue-eyed blonde with the palest of skin.
They might share the same cheeky smile, but side by side, they could hardly look less alike.
Exactly. They aren’t different races. They just appear as different races. And to the fact it happened twice.
These twins are not different races. They are both biracial, but look different.
The pair owe their appearance to a one in a million combination of their parents’ genes.
It is pretty amazing how there can be such different looks in one family as cited by the examples above. I wonder how many fathers looked sideways at their wives when they first had the children who looked so different.