3 Amazing children we want to see

1. Millianna worthy

Millianna Worthy was born with gray hairs. She has an incredibly rare genetic feature. Her mother, 23-year-old Brianna Worthy from South Carolina and her daughter Millianna were born with gray hairs in front of their heads. They are already the third and fourth generations in their family with this genetic anomaly. Millianna’s grandmother also had grey hairs since birth.
Such a distinctive feature appeared because of something called polyposis (hypochromia) which means a lack of melanin (or color) in the hair on one’s head, eyebrows, eyelashes or any other area.

2. Junior cox-noon

This incredible boy is named Junior Cox-Noon and he was born at Brighton City Hospital weighing 4.5 kilograms.
Soon he became a local celebrity. Junior has such thick hair and because of that he was nicknamed “little bear.” The abnormal length and thickness of the hair on his head is a sign of a genetic malfunction that not many people have.
When he was born, he already had a full head of hair and some said it would stop growing. But it didn’t stop and the most extraordinary thing is that it grows straight up.

3. Budhathoki children

There is a family that goes by the name, Budhathoki in the mountains of Nepal, whose members suffer from Werewolf Syndrome. The mother and her children have unusual amounts of hair all over their bodies and not only during the full moon as the name suggests.
Devi Budhathoki and her 3 children Mandira, Niraj and Manjura all have Congenital Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa. It is a very rare disease that is noticeable at birth.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Ramyani Bhattacharya says:

    Never knew about these facts. Amazing!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Roy Lando says:

    Your post is amazing indeed. Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Soumili says:

    Had goosebumps when I saw them

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Krishna says:

    Interesting.. may these children be healthy and happy otherwise

    Liked by 1 person

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