What are the percentages of eye color distribution of the world population?
The most prevalent eye color in the world is brown. Brown eyes may be various shades, from honey brown to very dark brown. Some Asians, Africans and Native Americans may have eyes so dark that they appear to be black. Hazel eyes are a combination of brown and green colors. Hazel eyes most often occur in individuals who have European ancestry. Blue eyes are less common than hazel and brown eyes and are usually found in individuals with European ancestry. Some blue eyes may be so light that they appear gray. Green eyes are even less common than blue eyes. Green eyes are usually found in individuals with German or Slavic ancestry. Other possible eye colors are violet and red, which sometimes occur in those individuals who suffer from albinism.