20+ Rarest Body Features You May Have and Your Friends Not

Date: 2020-10-03 11:00:09


Each person is unique – sometimes more than we think. Even though we all have the same number of limbs and similar features, some small details make everyone an X-Man of sorts. Today we’ll tell you about exceptional physical skills and characteristics found in only a tiny percentage of people around the world. Perhaps you possess some of these rare body features too?

For example, less than 50 people have ever had the Rh-null blood type, dubbed “golden blood.” Three percent of people all over the planet have lines creating the letter X on both their hands. There are people who don’t have to stress over how much calcium they consume. They have a rare mutation in the LRP5 gene. Another gene mutation helps people keep their bad cholesterol levels extremely low. Unfortunately, only 2 to 3% of people have this useful feature.


The simian crease 0:01
Golden blood 0:23
Gleeking 1:12
Dextrocardia 1:41
Ocular albinism 1:58
A hole at the top of your ear 2:24
Arch-shaped fingerprints 2:45
An additional rib 3:10
Red hair 4:18
Morton’s toe 4:38
Unusually shaped pupil 4:56
Heterochromia 5:19
Distichiasis 5:46
Mega dense bones 6:06
Super color vision 6:24
Gene mutations 6:43
An outie belly button 7:17
Super-tasters 7:28
No wisdom teeth 7:56
Long palm muscles 8:15
Gray eyes 8:59

CC BY-SA 4.0 :
An adult hand showing a single transverse palmar crease: By WurdBendur,
A person with preauricular sinus: By AdamMichaels784,
Ljubomir Simonović – Nikola Tesla: By Ivan Veličković,
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Light blue eyes (grey): By Lacobrigo,
Preauricular sinus on right human ear: By Smooth_O,
Praeauricular appendage in 11-year old girl: By Klaus D. Peter, Gummersbach, Germany, CC BY 3.0 de ,
First rib (shown in red): By Anatomography, CC BY-SA 2.1 jp ,
Eye with partial heterochromia iridis: By Sheila.lorquiana, CC BY 3.0 ,
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