10 Extremely Rare But Interesting Body Features


    As human beings, we are all distinct in our own ways. But a smaller percentage of us is more surprising than the rest. Do you have a body characteristic that separates you from the rest? Check out these 10 really unusual qualities!

    10. Two Different Colored Eyes

    Because of excessive or lack of melanin, this condition is called heterochromia iridis and generates only about 6 out of every 1000 people. Actress Mela Cones and the late singer David Bowie are two outstanding examples.

    9. Curly Hair

    It is a funny irony that people who have straight hair often want to be overweight, while people with curly hair will often get hurt. But the last group should be proud of natural hair curling: only about 11% of the world's population has it!

    8. A Cleft Chin

    An inherited trait, the dark chin is the most common among people of European and Middle Eastern origins. John Travolta has a prominent splint while Eminem's more accurate.


    7. Double Eyelashes

    This unusual body is known to discriminate and is infected by less than 5% of the population. Elizabeth Taylor was one of those lucky people and contributed to her beauty. For most people, there are no medical complications associated with it, although some experience eye irritation. Fun bonus fact: dogs can also have double eyelashes!


     6. Photic Sneeze Reflex

    This abnormal condition involves sneezing that can not be controlled in response to bright lights. It is not well understood why it occurs, but about 18-35% of the population suffers from it. what about you? Does the sun make you sneeze?


    5. Short Sleepers

    A small percentage of the population has a gene that allows them to have a much lower sleep than the average person. More time for video games late at night, eh? This active gene is known as BHLHE41, and former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was one of those people who contracted it.



    4. Blue Eyes

    Only about 8% of the world's population owns the blues. This genetic mutation is much newer than you think. It is estimated that early humans with blue eyes appeared 6,000 to 10,000 years ago.


    3. Super Color Vision

    Most people have the ability to see nearly a million colors of shadows, although light-colored people see only about 100,000 colors. But on the opposite end, people with a condition known as four-color can differentiate between 99 million colors!


    2. Natural Blond Hair

    You do not read this incorrectly! While many children are born in the dark, the vast majority of their hair is dark during their growth. As a result, it is estimated that only 2 to 16 per cent of the adult population has fair hair, which means that few of us are victims of tired "dumb blond" jokes.


    1. Red Hair

    If there are a few real blonds in this world, reddish hair will be scarcer. Less than 2% of the entire human race has red hair. Ginger in the world, rejoice!

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