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They would not. I say this because if the parent is unknown, then the biological parent would not even know they had a child, if the mother does not know who the father is, to begin with. If the parent is unknown, then they could not be served or even placed on notice that their rights were being terminated.
If the father is unknown, you need to advise them of the same that you do not know who he is.