3 thoughts on “Mapping the blond

  1. It’s interesting that you can still see the influence of the Celtic populations in Britain. Actually, no, it’s probably not that: the blonder area pretty much coincides with the Danish-occupied territories.

  2. I thought it was interesting.

    I don’t remember that level of blondness when I was living in Britain. Course, I was in Cambridge, which is sort of on the cusp of the 50-70% area, and whose results are likely skewed by the university population, which is pretty international.

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