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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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 idea that Chinese or other Oriental people have 'slanted' eyes is more of a cartoonish caricature than reality. Their eyes are actually more almond shaped.
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The epicanthic fold is a skin fold of the upper eyelid, covering the inner
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Genetics is the reason for slanted eyes. Dogs don't have the genes for slanted eyes, even Asian ones. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 11:27PM EST. Source
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Asian people have slanted eyes because fat accumulated over the eyes of the original Asian people to protect their eyes from the wind and sun, as Asia generally ...
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