Are Africans A Different Subspecies? | Tara McCarthy
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Subspecies are loosely defined by taxonomists as groups within a species that can be recognized to percentages usually ranging from 80 to 95%. We can tell with more than 95% accuracy Whites from Blacks. Note: The skull outlines shown here represent a Neanderthal vs. an African Hominid, not the skulls of a modern non-African vs. a modern African, although we do see differences in those two skull types.
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