I found this delightful picture in the most recent edition of the UK Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine.   This Husky has different coloured eyes caused by a condition called Heterochromia.  Heterochromia results due to uneven melanin distribution and inbreeding.  Melanin is what gives colours to the irises.  It so happens that many puppies have the almond-shaped pale blue eyes when they’re born, and colour starts to slowly appear as they get older.  However, sometimes the melanin is not evenly distributed between the two irises causing the different colour.

Husky in UK Traveller Lonely Planet Magazine
Husky in UK Traveller Lonely Planet Magazine

This is a perfect example of where professional photography can transform a layout.

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