Why Do Oriental People Have Slanted Eyes?

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Slanted eyes in Oriental people (Asiatic) is because it is an inherited characteristic in their genes. Slanted eyes are associated with the lower based nose bridge of the Orientals. This feature is also called epicanthic fold and Mongolian eye fold.
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