Black eyesPeople with very dark brown irises may appear to have black eyes
. This is fairly common in people of African, Asian and, Native American descent
I can see your response, you dont have to enlarge it to that size.
That only shows how immature you are, unable to answer question properly.
(I consider it quite rude).
The funny thing is that you use wikipedia as your source.
- First, wilkipedia is not a reliable source. It is too easy for stupid people to manipulate the source.
- Second, on the same page you extracted the sentence you show me above, there is also this sentence The vast majority of the world's people have dark eyes, ranging from brown to nearly black
Quote from what you said before:
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS BLACk EYES...... because even dark brown in light is brown not black
Dark brown doesnt not become brown in light. You categorise the eye color in sufficient lighting condition, not in darkness. When the color brown is too dark, it is considered as nearly black. There is no perfect point of separation between the very very dark brown and black.
If that is not enough for you to digest, then read this:The exact color of the human eye is determined by the amount of a single pigment called melanin that is present in the iris of the eye. Melanin is a dark brown pigment that is deposited on the front surface of the iris. If a lot of melanin is present, the eye will appear brown or even black. If very little melanin is present the iris appears blue. Intermediate amounts of melanin produces gray, green, hazel or varying shades of brown
If you can not understand, maybe some infor written for kids could help. I can find that for you.
If you need more proof, go to a university library and search for that information. if you are not yet in university, i may be able to to it for you.