The human body is a fascinating matter that scientists and physicians have been exploring for hundreds of years.
Everybody wants to be unique and look for niche traits. First of all, he looks at his own body, checking whether he has an anomaly in his construction or does not have any unusual abilities. Unfortunately, only a few discover the qualities that distinguish them from the crowd.
Are you curious whether your body is unique? See if you have one of the 13 rare features that only a few percent of the population have.
1. Hairpin on the top of the head
In the vast majority of people, as in 91.6% of the population, the hair is aligned to the right, clockwise. Only 8.4% of the world’s population has hair left.
2. Lack of wisdom teeth
About 20% of people are born without wisdom teeth. The prevalence of this condition depends on the origin of the person. For example, almost 100% of Mexicans have wisdom teeth, yet among Aboriginal people in Tasmania this is a very rare feature.
3. Blue eyes
Pure blue eyes are the result of a mutation in the herc2 gene, resulting in reduced melanin production responsible for the color of the iris of the eye. This mutation occurs in only 8% of the world population, most often in Scandinavian countries.
Further interesting facts about the human body can be found on the following pages.