For as long as humans have existed there have been eight common blood types: A, AB, B, and O with each having a positive or negative trait. These only vary based on the proteins found in each individual’s blood.
It is suggested that as much as 38% of the US population has O-positive blood (the most common), while as little as 1% has AB-negative (the least common).
Now, scientists are claiming that they have discovered a new blood type in humans that stems from an unbelievable source. You have to see what it means if you have this stuff coursing through your veins…