yes some even have two diffrent colored eyes
If people have diffrent blue eyes it just means that their parents have diffrent color of eyes. Or maybe it could that they just have a diffrent shade of eye color.
Because that's the way God made us.
It means that the eyes are colored.
That is so not true i have diffrent color eyes, and they say they have it because of trauma and medications. weell i live in fl and have heard about 3 people with it in cluding me.
they are diffrent for everyone
Yes, people can have a two colored eye or eyes. for example I have grey eyes but my left eye is half brown.
Everyone has diffrent user names!
The hares eyes can be diffrent colors,but they are mostly a darkish brown
if it is not a common trait that runs in the family.. ex: everyone in your family has brown eyes except your grandparents, you're special because they passed on their colored eyes to you!:)
It is colored contact lenses.
No, Stuart Scott does not have two different colored eyes. His eyes are the same color, but he has ptosis. This causes one eyelid to droop.
Dogs usaly have blue or brow eyes. Some have realy light-ish colored eyes when that are blind. Just like people.
no. everyone is diffrent. you are not fat.
the colored part of the eye is called the IRIS
Yes, some have different colored eyes too!
no its something your born with
Beautifully colored blue eyes
yes, it is possible for animals to have cloured eyes
Diffrent people Like Diffrent things Some people perfer Do date Guys Other Perfer to date girls Its Up To you everyone is diffrent!
she raps,sings,likes to ware diffrent colored hair
Someone answered this wrong on Yahoo Answers, so here's how you actually do it. Since there are other factors other than genes that can determine having two different colored eyes, such as trauma to the eye, mutations, etc, there's no way of knowing. I don't know how many people are in the whole have two different colored eyes. There's also no real way of knowing the probability of your child, say, having two different colored eyes unless you know if you are a carrier of the recessive gene (e=two different colors) as well as whether or not your significant carries the recessive gene. The dominant gene is same colored eyes (E). Theoretically... If both of you display the dominant gene of having the same colored eyes but are both carriers of the recessive gene, you have a 1 in 4 chance of having a child with two different colored eyes: EexEe EE Ee Ee ee 1/4 =25% If one of you has same colored eyes and is not a carrier, and one of you has two different colored eyes, you have no chance of having a child with two different colored eyes: EExee Ee Ee Ee Ee 0/4 =0% If both of you have same colored eyes, and only one of you is a carrier of the recessive gene, you have no chance of having a child with two different colored eyes: EExEe EE EE EE Ee 0/4=0% If one of you has the same colored eyes but is a carrier of the recessive gene, and one of you has different colored eyes, you have a 1 in 2 chance of having a child with different colored eyes: Eexee Ee Ee ee ee 2/4=50% Waardenburg syndrome can cause different colored eyes and its a dominant gene.
Humans can have these colored eyes:brownbluehazel