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Charles II of Spain was so inbred his chromosomes were more homozygous than children whose parents are siblings. (Also his portrait is how he wanted to look — court painters were the olden times photoshoppers, and that is as good as they could make him look.)

Charles II of Spain was so inbred his chromosomes were more homozygous than children whose parents are siblings. (Also his portrait is how he wanted to look — court painters were the olden times photoshoppers, and that is as good as they could make him look.)

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    Charles II, of the Habsburg dinasty, is also known in Spain as Charles II “the enchanted” [Carlos II “el hechizado”],...
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