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Scientists recently named the rarest eye color in humans — green. It is estimated that only about 2% of the world's population have green eyes, making this color truly unique.
Eye color depends on the concentration of melanin in a layer of the eye structure known as the iris. Although the genetics of eye color are complex, a number of genes are known to play key roles in eye color.
Green eye color is more common in people with European ancestry, but remains very rare even in these populations. The rarest eye color in humans — This is an incredible phenomenon that combines genetics, culture and beauty.
Green eyes remain one of the most mysterious and attractive features of a person's appearance, symbolizing uniqueness and rarity in a world dominated by brown and blue shades.
Recall that it was previously reported that scientists have revealed the secret of blue-eyed people: research data.