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International Redhead Day 2011 - Internationale Roodharigen Dag 2011, Breda | by Qsimple, Memories For The Future Photography
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International Redhead Day 2011 - Internationale Roodharigen Dag 2011, Breda

Wikipedia: "Redheadday is the name of a Dutch summer festival that takes place each first weekend of September in the city of Breda, in the Netherlands."


Facts about redheads: "Red hair is seen on the heads of only less than one percent of the world. Most redheads live in the U.K., Ireland, and former colonies of U.K. like Australia.


The highest percentage of natural Redheads in the world is in Scotland (13%), followed closely by Ireland with 10%. In the US, about 2% of the population are natural redheads.


Redheads are becoming rarer and could be extinct in 100 years, according to genetic scientists."




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Taken on September 4, 2011