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Natural blonde hair around the globe
Hairs are unbelievable. Humans' bodies and the ways in which they adapt to their surroundings are stunning, and our hair colour, textures, porosities and everything else play a big role in how well we do in a particular setting (or at least before we live in these air-conditioned, roofed boxes).
All of us like and nurture our hair, but it is so simple to overlook how magic these corpse tissues are that grow out of our skull. Step into the Melanesians, a local group of Australian Soloman Islands residents known for their lovely dark skin and natural blonde hair.
Yes, that's right. You are not wearing tissues, periwigs, lengthenings, permanent dyes, transient dyes, some strange chicken response, or whatever else someone uses to get the blonde look so characteristic of the Persuasive Caucasus. Tens of ten per cent of these island dwellers come by themselves. This strange constellation has made researchers wonder how such a colour constellation evolves over the years.
Global Financial Newswires say many researchers have long believed that their blonde hair is the product of a food rich in seafood, perhaps bleached by the saltwater and solar radiation, or a memory of the island's historical relationship with Europeans. Indeed, the blond Melanesians have a blonde who is one of a kind only to them.
Blonde Melanesians have a variety of a viral genes known as TYRP1, which is an important part of the molanin biosynthesis path. It is totally independent of what causes blonde hair in Europeans and does not even occur in the genome of Europeans.
This makes hair of all tastes, styles and colours completely singular and completely attractive.