How Unique Do You Think You Are? - #infographic

It’s certainly good to be different from everybody else in the room, but how unique are you really? This infographic, complete with odds and fun facts, will tell you whether you’re the odd duck in town by looking at standard British patterns and trends in society today.

Let’s start off with your appearance; what colour eyes do you have? Brown is the genetically dominant eye colour. Blue eye colour didn’t exist before someone experienced a genetic mutation between 6,000 and 10,000 years ago, which means that all blue-eyed people share the same ancestor. And what about those with green eyes? Speaking of eyes, did you know that Mila Kunis, Kate Bosworth and Benedict Cumberbatch all have heterochromatic eyes (that is when your eyes are two different colours)? But just how common is this condition? Find out below. And here’s an interesting prediction for you; it has been estimated that by 2020, a whopping 1.24 million people, in the UK alone, will be of mixed race. What do you make of this?

People nowadays are more health conscious than ever before, for the first time, gym members have soared into the millions! The makers of popular fitness tracking devices like Fitbit and Jawbone are also shifting a large amount of produce (1.9 million devices in a year). At the other end of the spectrum, only a small percentage of people in the EU play a sport regularly and more than half of UK adults claim they never partake in moderate physical activity. The question is, which category do you fall under?

How Unique Do You Think You Are? - #infographic
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