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Northcaucasian race (also Caucasionic race) is a term which was used in scientific racism and physical anthropology as one of the sub-races of Caucasian race in the early 20th century. The name has arisen from region North Caucasus.
- High growth (> 170 cm)
- Hair coarse, straight, dark brown (often light-reddish-brown and light brown)
- Eyes brown and green, are found as blue (unlike other groups)
- Face is broad (14,6-14,8 cm) is low. Angular facial features. Cheeks broad, but subtle. The forehead is low.
- Brachycephalic (cranial index - 84-85)
- The growth-above average.
- Hair coarse, straight, dark and light
- Characteristic as dark eyes and bright
- Mesocephalic (cranial index - 78-79), less brachycephalic (cranial index - 84-85)
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