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    Wide-Set Eyes - A Nordic Trait?

    Wide set eyes are one of the Racial Characteristics of Mongoloids. Yet I have seen plenty Pure Nordics that have wide set eyes so is it a Nordic Trait as well? Meds and Semities, Southern Europeans are characterized by closely spaced eyes while Nordids have wide set eyes? Could this be a cold adaptation. If so how?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern_Paladin
    Wide set eyes are one of the Racial Characteristics of Mongoloids. Yet I have seen plenty Pure Nordics that have wide set eyes so is it a Nordic Trait as well? Meds and Semities, Southern Europeans are characterized by closely spaced eyes while Nordids have wide set eyes? Could this be a cold adaptation. If so how?

    It comes from Upper Paleolithic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    It comes from Upper Paleolithic.
    Than most Nordids seem to be quite UP influenced at least when it comes to having side set eyes.

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    Post Re: Wide Set Eyes A Nordic Trait?

    Quote Originally Posted by Northern_Paladin
    Wide set eyes are one of the Racial Characteristics of Mongoloids. Yet I have seen plenty Pure Nordics that have wide set eyes so is it a Nordic Trait as well? Meds and Semities, Southern Europeans are characterized by closely spaced eyes while Nordids have wide set eyes? Could this be a cold adaptation. If so how?

    Wide-spaced eyes results from a greater intra-orbital distance, produced by prominent nasal bones and a firm chewing apparatus.
    It follows that UP races(incl. the branches leading to the Mediterranids, e.g. the Natufians) and related half-gracilized races show this gap, but whereas Mongolids have high orbits(like women, children...and orang-utans), in Europids they're deeper set, lower and framed by overhanging browridges.

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    Well not really a cold adaption but the further your eyes are set apart the more peripheral vision you have. In nature as with animals, predators have the more close-set eyes so they can find their victims, and prey has wide-set eyes so they can sense predators coming.

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    Post Re: Wide Set Eyes A Nordic Trait?

    So is deeply set eyes with marked eyebrowridges a Nordic trait?

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    Post Re: Wide Set Eyes A Nordic Trait?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oskorei
    So is deeply set eyes with marked eyebrowridges a Nordic trait?
    Well-developed browridges, but never too pronounced, while the eyes are deep set but still suffiently open in rectangular, oblique eye sockets.

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    Post Re: Wide Set Eyes A Nordic Trait?

    Quote Originally Posted by Frans_Jozef
    Well-developed browridges, but never too pronounced, while the eyes are deep set but still suffiently open in rectangular, oblique eye sockets.
    Ok, thx.

    I've been having doubts about my Nordicity, but now I feel secure again

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    Post Re: Wide Set Eyes A Nordic Trait?

    wide eyes aren't a nordic trait, atleast not a scando-nordic trait, more borreby like, you've probably seen this on girls, it's harder to classify girls.

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    Post Re: Wide Set Eyes A Nordic Trait?

    Quote Originally Posted by nordic_canadian_male
    wide eyes aren't a nordic trait, atleast not a scando-nordic trait, more borreby like, you've probably seen this on girls, it's harder to classify girls.
    I've seen this on plenty of Skando-Nords. The Females especially.

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