15. Two Different Colored Eyes
Caused by excessive or a lack of melanin, this condition is called heterochromia iridis and only around 6 out of every 1,000 people are born with it.
Actress Mila Kunis and the late, great singer David Bowie are notable examples.
12. Double Eyelashes
This unusual body quirk is known as distichiasis and less than 5% of the population has it. Elizabeth Taylor was one such lucky individual, and it contributed to her beauty.
For most people, there are no medical complications associated with it, although a few experience irritation to the eyes. Fun bonus fact: dogs can also have double eyelashes!
5. Cheeky Dimples
It is natural and small indentation found in our cheek or chin. Dimples always occur in either of the two areas that are cheek or chin.
Facial expressions result in the formation of dimples in cheeks whereas chin dimples don’t depend on the facial expression, it remains as such even though we didn’t even make any facial expressions.
4. Hitchhiker’s thumb
Bending one’s thumbs backward is possible but have limited flexibility going forward. In this physiological extensibility, thumbs not only bend forwards, but they also bend backward.
In many cases, the thumb will bend ninety degrees backward. Gene “bendy thumb gene” is known for the responsible for this Hitchhiker’s thumb. It is inherited and mostly found in about 25% people all around.
3. Dimples on External Ear
A few people are born with tiny dimples or hole on their external ears.Small holes may occur in one or dimples on either one ear or on both of the ears.
In some rare conditions, infections may also occur.It has been known to appear in only a few number of people which is popularly known as preauricular sinus.
2. Wrist Tendon Missing
Tense your wrist by gathering all your fingers in one hand will show whether you have a small tendon or not. Nearly 13% of people don’t have the palmar muscle.
If your wrist doesn’t show the tendons you belong to this 13% category.If a person needs a tendon graft, we can donate the tendon is the only use of this. Although experts say that with the absence of tendons in our wrist does not cause any strength problems or any grip issues in our hands.
The gap in between the front tooth is known as Diastema. Most commonly it is found in between incisors and molars.
Most commonly affected ones are children which can be removed only with the help of orthodontic treatments. Most people do not remove this flaws because they consider this as a unique factor, including film actors.