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Charlie and Lorraine by VynalLine Charlie and Lorraine by VynalLine
Welp.. There's the parents. .3.
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BlueVortecz Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2016
Well, now I know where Vy get her features from (mainly her mother) but who is the nekomimi and who is the usagimimi. Or are those traits not genetic?
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VynalLine Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Actually she only gets her eyes from her mother. The hair is from her father. (If you forgot the whole hair/eye thing from the Duke and Kiara picture) 

Anias genetics are more or less dominant or recessive due to the genetic structure of a being. A family line only needs one Anias member to pass down this trait to other members. And not only that, it also depends on the animal trait(s) the family has. For example, if a family has a deer Anias and a bunny Anias, the deer genetic trait will be more dominant than the rabbit, making it more likely for a deer Anias to be born into the family. Though under certain circumstances, if there are two Anias have the same genetic structures and are neither dominant or recessive against each other, then both will likely be born further down the line, whether close siblings or distant relatives.
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BlueVortecz Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016
How does one know which gene is recessive or dominant?
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VynalLine Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, like everything else.. There have been tests and research done on families that have the gene in any part of the family. Also blood tests and other physical examinations on all types of Anias, checking for different signs of abnormalities in the animals DNA structure and testing it against others. Sometimes fusing two genetic structures together to see what comes of it. It does work, and a person can have two Anias traits showing e.g. Cat and donkey ears both present, giving the person two sets of working ears as well as either two tails or one tail that shows both traits. Then classing them into charts and groups due to whether they're dominant or recessive to each other.

It's like any other races that have different genetic structures. For example if you had one person from Lert'kdy having a child with someone from Vastinatia, the child might have horns or same skin colour as their parent from Lert'kdy, though this gene might be lost in further generations if future children don't have babies with those with the same genetic traits as the Lert'kdy race. This will also go for any other race.
Anias are just a special case in having that dominant or recessive trait that can show up at any time down the family line
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BlueVortecz Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016
Ahhhhh. That makes sense
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VynalLine Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yep, I guess..
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BlueVortecz Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016
I'm learning biology 😄
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VynalLine Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, because nothing says fun like learning biology from another world, they don't really teach that sort of thing in schools anyways, so yay
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