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    Post Frequency of Epicanthus among the Baltic Finns

    Estonians: 2.2% (weakly developed)

    Ijores: 1.8% (weakly developed)

    Finns (proper): 1.9% (weakly developed)

    Karelians: 1.8% (weakly developed)

    Vepses: 1.8% (weakly developed)

    Saami: 7% (weakly developed)

    Northern Swedes: 1.7% (weakly developed)

    Source: Anthropology of the Balto-Finnish Peoples by Karin Mark, p.91-92, table 23.
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