Oh, the Earlobe

Back during the genetics unit of high school biology, alongside the Punnett squares, earlobes would also often come up. Since some people have attached earlobes while others have detached ones, they are often used to help teach about dominant and recessive traits. But this seemingly simple earlobe trait might not be, a new study says.

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