DID YOU KNOW
Heterochromia iridis is a condition in which two eyes are different in color. Scientifically speaking, it is a condition in which the iris in one eye has a different color than the other one and this condition affects only 1% of human population and interestingly many different animals have heterochromia too! It is common among huskies or Turkish cats. Indeed, “eyes are the window to the soul”. In an article written by Barry Wasserman on his website entitled 15 Fun Facts About Eye Color, he presents us some intriguing and fascinating stuff that lies behind our eyes. As interesting as it is that blue eyes came from one and the same ancestor, people who possess it are more vulnerable to ultra-violet rays from the sun, and therefore more sensitive to light because they have less melanin. So, if you are blue-eyed, be sure to care more about your eyes. Interestingly, blue eyes are a hot topic in music! On one hand, green-eyed people were believed to be evil in primitive times they were closely linked to a mystery and supernatural powers—green eyes are common among cats. Lastly, the most common color of them is brown, occurring in about 55% of the global population. The high levels of melanin found in person may help protect them from hearing loss, studies say. Worry no more if you want to achieve a certain eye color because a lot of colored contact lenses are widely available in the market today—or just use a photo editor—and voila!—from brown to green eyes in a jiffy.