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Although only around 5 per cent of the UK population ¿ 3,132,000 people ¿ have red hair, BritainsDNA said its research suggested there are 24 million carriers of the redhead gene in the country.
By contrast, only about 1-2 per cent of the world's population has red hair.
Moffat, whose company is based in Melrose, Roxburghshire, believes the UK's gloomy northern climate has seen a deliberate genetic adaptation, including fairer skin, to help exploit rare sunny days and boost vitamin D production.
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