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    Post Re: Capoid appearence in a Berber

    Ahh, this one is a completely different matter:
    Here's a pure Capoid woman:

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    Post Re: Capoid appearence in a Berber

    If my memory serves me correctly, the NE Africans have some genes in common with the modern Khoisan - who have been marginalized by the Bantu expansion. So for a NW African Berber to have some Capoid genes is not out of the question IMO.
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    Post Re: Capoid appearence in a Berber

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoob
    If my memory serves me correctly, the NE Africans have some genes in common with the modern Khoisan - who have been marginalized by the Bantu expansion. So for a NW African Berber to have some Capoid genes is not out of the question IMO.
    There are Capoids in eastern Africa and that is where they seem to have emerged, according to the parental lineages. And the paternal haplogroup I is even found in Sardinia as well as in the Capoid populations of Africa. If Capoids contributed to the Sardinians, then they must have got there through northern Africa, somehow.

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    Post Re: Capoid appearence in a Berber

    What exactly is the point of this thread? Berbers are still Mediterranids.

    Finnish people are still predominantly Caucasian even though some have Lappish ancestry. There's really not much to debate.

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    Post Re: Capoid appearence in a Berber

    Quote Originally Posted by Funk
    What exactly is the point of this thread? Berbers are still Mediterranids.

    Finnish people are still predominantly Caucasian even though some have Lappish ancestry. There's really not much to debate.
    Well thats true, but Caucasoids emerged by hybridisation. That, is what explains the diversity of Caucasoids, and within certain other races as well.

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    Post Re: Capoid appearence in a Berber


    That, is what explains the diversity of Caucasoids, and within certain other races as well.
    Arh, that's a bit far out.

    But that depends on what you're talking about here. If you mean hybridization of different races.

    I don't consider Lapps, forexample, to be a subrace merely because they have mixed with Mongoloids.

    I'd say climate and milieu has a bit more to say in this matter. forexample, the myth that states Mediterranids simply emerged as a result of European and Negroid is absurd and isn't backed up by anything.

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