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Melanesians: Meet the world's only natural black blondes

For quite a while, light hair was credited to Caucasians however the Melanesians of Solomon Islands are one of only a handful few gatherings with light hair outside Europe. 

Melanesians are dark island individuals in the south pacific that moved more than millennia prior, some time before the blacks that went to the Americas as slaves. 

Melanesia is a sub-area of Oceania reaching out from the western finish of the Pacific Ocean to the Arafura Sea, and toward the east to Fiji. The district involves the majority of the islands quickly north and upper east of Australia, including the nations of Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Island, and New Caledonia. The name Melanesia was first utilized by Jules Dumont d'Urville in 1832 to mean an ethnic and topographical gathering of islands particular from Polynesia and Micronesia. 

As of not long ago, the native melanesian individuals rehearsed barbarianism, head-chasing, seizing and servitude, very much like the Asmat clan, however with contact with Europeans, the populace is currently overwhelmingly Christian. Nonetheless, over 90% have rustic existences. 

The Melanesian individuals of the Solomon Islands are the focal point with regards to brown complexion and light hair. The Solomon Islands are situated in the South Pacific, the actual heart of Melanesia, only Northeast of Australia, among Papua and Vanuatu and is a free state inside the British Commonwealth. 

Albeit the native Melanesian populace of the islands have the haziest skin outside of Africa, somewhere in the range of 5 and 10% have brilliant fair hair. 

There have been a few speculations on how they got their fair hair — from sun and salt brightening, high fish admission, or hereditary legacy from blended rearing in with Americans/Europeans who established the islands.

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