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Friday, February 10, 2012

Boy in China has "Cat Eyes"

A Boy in some part of china that I can not spell was born with blue eyes just like westerners. His parents were a little surprised, but as he grew older he never complained about it bothering him, and his vision seemed fine, so they simply ignored it. As time went on the child exhibited strange behaviors , such as squinting in full sunlight during recess at school, and his friends reported his eyes shining as would a cat when you shine light on them at night.
Eventually the child was asked if he could see in the dark and after he said he could his father took him out to catch crickets at night, the child did not even need a flash light. Soon news of this grew and an eye doctor came by and looked at his eye, in amazement he set up a test where the child had to perform tasks in almost total darkness.

So, check it out yourself, its a fun video, and makes you wonder what is in the soil or air in that part of china, as well as why the parents have not given the kid some dang sunglasses.

12 comments:

  1. woww that is crazyy i wish i had eyes like that

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  2. That's amazing. Next step in evolution!?

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  3. Wow. Would make a good assassin. But seriously that pretty amazing.

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  4. whoa his eyes are so blue, hmm i think i would benefit from hacing his eyes tbh

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  5. This is evolution happening right before our very eyes. Amazing.

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  6. What? Crazy . Reminds me of that movie of vin diesel. Good for him , he doesn't need night vision goggles.

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  7. I vote for immediate genetic testing of this individual.

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  8. That's pretty cool, he can be a super hero!

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  9. I'd be tempted to throw him out of a window to see if he also always landed on his feat...

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  10. Genetic mutations are fairly common, just some of them have a larger impact than others. I wouldn't say it's particular to China...unless there was some cluster of children with this same mutation.

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  11. oh man the comments here are fracken funny!!

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