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According to an expert, all blue-eyed people are descendants of one person who lived near the Black Sea 6,000-10,000 years ago. A genetic mutation on chromosome 15 caused brown eyes to turn blue, and this recessive gene is responsible for blue eyes. It is estimated that 8-10 percent of the population have blue eyes, while 70-80 percent have brown eyes. However, human geneticist Dr. Neville Sanjana explains that there are multiple genes involved in eye color, and even those with the brown eyes version of the OCA2 gene can sometimes have blue eyes due to contributions from other genes.

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