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    Question What makes a population considered "Caucasoid"?

    I've been thinking about this.

    What makes a population considered "Caucasoid"? It doesn't seem like two separate populations, would have the exact same skeleton, because separate populations have different genes.

    So, what makes a population Caucasoid? Having a certain skull shape? Where does Caucasoid begin and end? Why? Or is this just an outdated idea?

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    Certain facial features.

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    Cranial features, as previously identified and corroborated by DNA studies

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