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Heterochromia of the scalp hair ...Heterochromia of the hair is described as the growth of hair with two distinct colours in the same person. When the distribution of the different-coloured hair is symmetric (e.g., lighter hair on the underarms, a red moustache on a person with otherwise brown hair), heterochromia of the hair is often physiologic. However, when heterochromia is asymmetrically distributed, it reflects a pigmentation disorder, which may have a genetic basis.
Having looked at dogs, cats, tigers, zebras.... one wonders instead why apes tend to be monochromatic!