That looks like a well researched study on the
bone structure of Neanderthal. So that really
makes me wonder, the multiregional theory would
imply the Asians tended to mix with Homo erectus.
I have not read much at all on the bone structure
of Homo erectus, but is there any similar study
that could support a similar trend amongst the
Asian populations. One problem that comes to mind
is that countries like China already had a population
of 250 M people in 300 AD. So maybe the evidence is
long gone from all hope of extracting. Still, Asians
(on average) do tend to be less heavy set compared to
Europeans. There is also some data that one could
find from the archeological digs.
and indeed, in Grace,
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