Retrieved December 10,from link. Coon said, "From a hyborean [sic] group there evolved, in northern Asia, the ancestral strain of the entire specialized Mongoloid family". Polynesians lack characteristic Mongoloid shovel-shaped incisors, because this characteristic Mongoloid trait disappeared in the Polynesian population as the teeth of Polynesians reduced in size over the course of their evolutionary history. November Learn how and when to remove this template message. For the peoples of the Caucasus Mountains, see Peoples of the Caucasus.
George Richard Scott, physical anthropologist at the University of Nevadasaid that some East Asians in particular, Koreans, Han Chinese and some Japaneseas well as Native Americanshave a distinctive dental pattern known as Sinodontywhere, among other features, the upper first two incisors are not aligned with the other teeth, but are rotated a few degrees inward and are shovel-shaped.
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Archived from the original on September 6, Besides its use in anthropology and related fields, the term "Caucasian" has often been used in the United States in a different, social context to describe a group commonly called " white people ". The traits of the Mongoloid skull are: Evans and Company, Inc. Elizabeth Smithgall Watts — One of the most enduring schemes of "racial" designation divides the peoples of the world into three large categories crudely conceptualized as