Blonde''s likely extinction of the world''s for lacking a gene
A recent study warned by the World Health Organization that the extinction of blonde in the world because of the lack of the gene responsible for the birth of blonde girls. The study expected to see the last Finland blonde baby in 2200.
Experts have attributed this to the people of the world population to reach 6.5 billion people (one billion in Africa and 4 billion in Asia from Turkey to Japan), the population in 2050 will reach to 9 billion (4 billion in Africa, Asia and South America), and the birth of blondes would be rare outside the Western countries, even if they found in North Africa and the Middle East.
Dr. Axel Cohen explains the reason for the birth of a blonde by two genes, one from the mother and one from the father, In the case of the increasing number of genes responsible for the dark color, we find that genes which responsible for the light color will declining .. And thus, the number of people who inherit these genes would decrease and become one of every twenty people in the United States, the holder of this gene and the same proportion in Europe.