Mapping light eyesOctober 7, 2009 at 12:27 am | Posted in genetics, Maps | Leave a comment
Tags: blue, distribution, europe, eyes, genetis, light, map
Thanks again to my friend Xarxes, I saw that curios map about the distribution of light eyed people around the European continent. Blue eyes are so wonderful for dark hazelnut eyed people like me, that the map caught my attention immediatly. See how bad distributed are they? Nordic and Central Europe people got them all, dammit!
By the way, and speaking a bit more seriously, my eyes went straight to the Arctic Circle line, and I noticed the highly diferenct percentatge between Sami land (Lappland) and the other Nordic zones. Interesting, right? The genetical diferences show them here too!
(Seen by my friend in Deixant rastre)