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Heterochromia in the human eye

Central heterochromia is the uneven distribution of pigment in the eye, a genetic mutation. I've often wished I had Heterochromia iridum (eyes of two different colors) but, this is just as cool, I think.

Rarest Eye Color In Humans | Central Heterochromia I've got this & never realized it was a "thing". Lol

Central heterochromia is where the central (pupillary) zone of the iris is a darker color than the mid-peripheral (ciliary) zone.

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