It is impossible to overlook the influence of genetics on the human population. Around the world, there is a great diversity of individuals who vary in size, shape, nationality, faith, interests, and so on. For example, there are those who are passionate about reading and those who loathe it, and people who are sports fanatics and those who cannot bear it. On top of this variation, numerous genetic subgroups have been formed. The phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover” has been said so many times that it is almost a cliché.
It is clear that when we first meet someone, we often form an opinion about them based on our own perspective. We may have an affinity for certain physical traits such as eye color and height which can affect our initial reaction to the person. There is a wealth of evidence that points to this phenomenon.
1. A Woman And Child With Poliosis
A woman and her child are suffering from poliosis circumscripta, a condition that causes a white streak in the hair that is different from the usual hair color. This disorder can appear in any area of the body, such as the eyebrows, eyelashes, and even the surrounding skin.