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    The Relationship between Borrebies and Faelids?

    My understanding has always been that borrebies are simply a reduced variant of the Faelid, and would be classified as a regional subrace of the Faelid.

    is this true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by borreby. View Post
    My understanding has always been that borrebies are simply a reduced variant of the Faelid, and would be classified as a regional subrace of the Faelid.

    is this true?
    For me, most of those subracial and regional classifications were merely a bias error that didn't differentiate how many testosterone was present on every individual rather than a genetic distinction given by ancestry.


    In any case, I would expect a more masculinized and strong facial composition in population with more paleolithic components, but also with individuals that resemble a paleolithic phenotype in a convergent way merely for the testosterone levels, even if it have primarily neolithic and a gracile genetic background.





    The above image could reflect that, levels of testosterone instead of ancestry differences.

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