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Many people look for their biological parents in order to learn more about their family history and where they came from and discover if they have any other biological relatives. If you were adopted and want to know abou... More »

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Biological inheritance is broadly defined as physical heredity. Heredity, or inheritance in the biological sense, refers to the physical features that offspring inherit from their parents, such as eye color, shape of nos... More »

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Although there are many routes to finding your biological mom, About.com details a typical process. For best results, you need to find records pertaining to your adoption and have access to the Internet. More »

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