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Although there is no definitive way to accurately determine the number of people in the world with hazel eyes, experts estimate that around 5 to 8 percent of the world's population have this eye color. Hazel eyes are sim...

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People with hazel eyes should use autumn tones like golds, browns and greens individually or combined to accentuate their eye color. Playing with the colors and flecks of the natural eye color mimicked in eyeshadow, line...

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As of February 2015, popular estimate is that between five and eight percent of the population has hazel eyes. This makes hazel eyes the third most common eye color after brown and blue.

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The percentage of the world's population who have multiple-colored eyes is not documented. Most babies are born with blue eyes that vary in color but develop into a permanent shade by the age of 5.

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Brown is the most common eye color in the world. Having brown eyes is a dominant genetic trait, which is why over 55 percent of the world's population possesses them. This includes the vast majority of people in Africa a...

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the estimated population of the world in 1900 was between 1.55 billion and 1.762 billion people. Since then the world population has grown to about 7.2 billion people.

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There are 983 million people in the world who speak English, or 13% of the world's population, according to Ethnologue. It is estimated 372 million speak English as their first language, while 611 million speak English a...

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