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iris color is not a simple genetic thing....at least not in the sense that we understand it.
It is not uncommon for folks to have varied colored iris'.
Cool, but do we have an idea about what causes it?......
A number of conditions can cause this: Fuchs heterochromia, pigment dispersion syndrome, iris melanoma, iris cysts, Sturge-Weber syndrome etc. There is also a congenital condition that is autosomal dominant, meaning many offspring get the iris color issues.
It is caused by a difference in the amount of pigment, called melanin, in your iris.
Here is a good article on the topic:
It should be good for getting the chicks, eh?
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haha indeed! thank you very much, I'll be able at last to do a little bit of research on "heterochromia." I'll accept the answer!