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Will every hairy baby grow up to be a hairy man?
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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
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In brief: No.
Hairy babies often are covered in a type of hair called lanugo.
This usually falls out in weeks to months. When a baby comes from a hairy mom and a hairy dad, that baby is likely to grow up to be hairy, whether male or female. Conversely hairless parents rarely produce very hairy children. And in response to your question; not if they're girls.

In brief: No.
Hairy babies often are covered in a type of hair called lanugo.
This usually falls out in weeks to months. When a baby comes from a hairy mom and a hairy dad, that baby is likely to grow up to be hairy, whether male or female. Conversely hairless parents rarely produce very hairy children. And in response to your question; not if they're girls.
Dr. Bryan Levey
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