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Question: why are most babies born with blue eyes?
baby, birth, colour, eye
Asked by Aliii123 to James on 14 Nov 2014.
answered on 14 Nov 2014:
I learned this this morning from my colleague Francesca – every day’s a school day.
There are chemicals in your iris that are blue in the absence of any light. The womb is a dark environment so these chemicals stay blue.
When these chemicals are exposed to sunlight they turn can brown (in exactly the same process as when your skin tans.
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