Why Are Babies Born with Ginger Hair?

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Babies are born with ginger hair because they bear a recessive gene for the hair colour. This condition is popular in both sexes but is not life threatening. It is estimated that close to 40% of kids in the UK, especially Scotland, are born with the condition.
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