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• NO
• Dominant gene. I do not see how it would be possible with both parents having brown eyes.
• No, either or both of them could have a recesive gene for blue eyes. Two blue-eyed parents however, CANNOT have a brown-eyed baby.
• I would think that it would not be possible. Here is an eye color calculator that takes the eye color of both the parents and the grandparents to determine the possible eye color(s) for a child. http://www.athro.com/evo/gen/genefr2.html
• I think so, but it wouldn't be likely. One of the grandparent's has to have blue eyes.
• definately they can. Both of my parents and grandparents on both side have brown eyes. Mine are green as are my sister's. We get our eye color from our great grandparents. :)
• yes, if both of them carry the recessive gene for blue eyes
• No,two brown eyed parents can have a child with virtually any eye color. Eye color is very complicated and they have yet to figure out exactly how the genetics work.
• Nope, it's the other way around. Two blue eyed parents can't have a child with brown eyes
• no, my mother and father have brown eyes and i have greeny blue eyes Did you know that every one with blue eyes share one common ancestor, so every one who has blue eyes are related
• Both of my maternal grandparents have blue eyes, yet my mother has brown eyes. My mother has brown eyes and my father has blue eyes, yet I have red eyes. It is possible to get traits from your grandparents, great grandparents, great great grandparents, and so on. Every ancestor has input in your genes. Their input gets smaller as they go up in generations, but it is never diminished.
• No it depends what there recessive trait is for example I have hazel eyes but I carry the trait for blue eyes. so as long as both parents carry the trait for blue eyes then its possible their child can have blue eyes
• no, it is not true.

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