Why Do Asians Have Slanted Eyes?

Answer

Asians have slanted eyes as an evolutionary way of adapting to the areas in which they live which have the most adverse conditions due to wind and cold. As a result of this their eyes have adjusted to this by being slanted over a long evolutionary period.
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This is a quote from the answer to the same question elsewhere: Your question is a very valid one that most people often wonder, but never really ask. It's called an epicanthal fold
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The epicanthic fold is a skin fold of the upper eyelid, covering the inner
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he is of course referring to east asians. its an evolutionary trait, just as blue eyes is an evolutionary trait.
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Asians typically have a skin fold on their upper eyelid known as an Epicanthic fold. Due to this genetic characteristic, their eyes appear slanted. They are not truly slanted. This
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