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Type IV coloration is frequent among populations from the Mediterranean and parts of Latin America. It corresponds with moderate brown, typical Mediterranean skin tones. This skin tone rarely burns and always tans well.
Type V coloration is frequent among populations from the Middle East, the Mediterranean, parts of Latin America, parts of Africa, and the Indian subcontinent. It corresponds with dark brown, Middle Eastern skin tones. This skin tone is minimally reactive to ultraviolet radiation, rarely or very rarely burns, and tans quite easily.
- Human skin color
- Brown (racial classification)
- Bronze (racial classification)
- Mediterranean race
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