Yes. It is simply a rare mutation of the common three leaf clover plant (trefoil genus).
Yes, there four-leaf clovers really exist; they are a result of a mutation of the three-leaf clover. They are pretty rare as there are only 1-in-10,000 shamrocks have the extra leaf.
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