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Why Do Most Humans & Cats Have Blue/Bluish Eyes At Birth?
I've read that the eye color at birth for most humans and for cats may not always be the the true genetic color at first. This is due to the lack of melanin in the iris. This makes sense as there is ...
Feb 3 '13 at 3:21
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