Multicolored genes: brothers from Turkey with rare heterochromia fascinate at first sightPictolic
Heterochromia is a phenomenon in which the irises acquire different shades. The brothers from the Turkish city of Bursa have stunningly beautiful eyes of different colors, and this sets them apart from the crowd. The boys did not like their peculiarity at first, but over time they fell in love with their unique appearance.
See further how the colorful looks of the boys fascinate with their depth.11-year-old Mehmet and 4-year-old Kerem Selmanov have one blue eye and the other brown. This is a consequence of a phenomenon called heterochromia.
The brothers from Bursa received "complete heterochromia" from Mother Nature, in which the irises are completely different colors. This is much rarer than the central or partial form, when two shades are connected at once in the iris of the eye.
What happiness when there is a brother or sister! These are native people with whom you can consult, quarrel, cry into their vest and just hug them, realizing that they are the best support in life.