Monday, September 28, 2009

Eye See a Rainbow













So I just happened to be caught in a conversation between two dog lovers during which a dog with two different eye colours was brought up. I say "that happens in humans as well". The reaction is "get out of here", that's not possible. Essentially that it is absurd.

So recalling it now I did some checking and surprise surprise, its called "Complete Heterochromia". Plain Heterochromia involves slight variations in eye colour.

Now I shall treat myself a proverbial cookie because I'm an arrogant SOB!

11 comments:

  1. lol thats crazy!!! :D the blue one looks bigger that the green one though. Kinda like O_o :D lol...

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  2. Butt usually humans have more options than animals innit, cos we can wear colour contacts n all

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  3. that's been proven fake. it's a photoshop.

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  4. @ Anoymous: Thank You for pointing that out. I had the choice between a less flattering real picture or this one that looked really good.

    The condition is real none the less.

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  5. Yea, take Kate Bosworth for example!

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  6. misterregurgitativeJuly 19, 2010 at 4:24 PM

    it's called photoshop.. there's a big difference between this image and those who have real heterochromia.. nice try tho.

    (has heterochromia... i can spot a fake a mile away or more)

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  7. misterregugitativeJuly 19, 2010 at 4:26 PM

    especially when this very image has many different versions.. there's one with a brown and blue combo then this one then another with a green and blue, gee how many versions does this female have? hummm? LMFAO! maybe versions of photoshop. (you can find this faker in google.com images.. there's tons of versions but only one image. hilarious!

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  8. my son was born 2 months ago and he has heterochromia. one eye is completely blue and the other is brown around the pupil. it looks nothing like this picture so i believe its most likely a fake

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  9. @Anonymous there are different kinds of heterochromia iridum, your son has one of them, one of the most common ones. it is rare however possible to have two different coloured eyes, which is called COMPLETE heterochromia iridum.
    (wikipedia)

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