Christina Koukou

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Melanesias Solomon Islands, 1800 kilometers northeast of Australia:  about 10% of the dark-skinned islanders sport bright blond afros. Hypotheses about the origins of this golden hair have included bleaching by sun and saltwater, a diet rich in fish, and the genetic legacy of Europeans or Americans. But a new study fingers a random mutation instead, suggesting that blond hair evolved independently at least twice in human history.

Melanesian baby of the Solomon Islands. The world's only black blondes live on the Solomon Islands in The South Pacific. The people are naturally blond with no mixture of European blood and with an African ancestry.