Why Do Asians Have Slanted Eyes?

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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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