Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh took a look at the genetics of earlobes. It turns out there is not one, two or even three genes that determine if your earlobes are attached or not. There are at least 49! While it's interesting for most of us to compare earlobes, dangly or attached, the research does have a serious mission.
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