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    Polish people include the most unusual head shapes in the world (and don't realize it).

    It's probably a recent mutation that hasn't spread to other ethnic groups yet. I don't think that all Polish males have this feature, but it seems to be very common among Poles, yet very uncommon among other ethnic groups.

    This isn't intended to be offensive in any way. I'm curious about what others think. It's interesting, because Poles aren't supposed to be particularly unusual for Europeans -- they are roughly in the center of Europe.



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    Here's Artur Szpilka, a pro boxer. Notice the slight dent on the back of his head.

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    Him again, before fighting a Polish-American Adam Kownacki. Notice how Adam's head is also dented.

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    Jan Vobornik, an MMA referee giving an interview to German TV.

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    An anon from an English-language hair-loss web site, complaining about bumps on his head. Notice the flag in the background.

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    It's Dinaric head shape, common in Balkan.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moje ime View Post
    It's Dinaric head shape, common in Balkan.

    He is refering to the bump at his backhead not to the backhead as a whole.
    And such a bump is not common for Dinarics neither
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    Exactly this head shape Pontians have

    Brachy with full hyspicrany.

    Ugly as fuck.

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    It's a feature from laying on the back as an infant. The skull is soft by that stage, both the sides and back.

    By that time the skull gets shaped into its general future form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrong View Post
    It's a feature from laying on the back as an infant. The skull is soft by that stage, both the sides and back.

    By that time the skull gets shaped into its general future form.
    It could be, in principle. This is called Positional Plagiocephaly, in case anyone wants to research this further.

    But I think there must be a genetic aspect here, or do Polish mothers take care of their kids differently from everyone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thalassa Karadeni View Post
    full hyspicrany.
    Google turns up nothing.

    Also, if people think this is common among non-Poles (Pontians or whatnot), I'd like to see some pics of shaved heads with dents :-)

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    Poles on TA such as Mordid and Artek have Dolichocephalic skulls, however. Haven't seen the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moje ime View Post
    It's Dinaric head shape, common in Balkan.
    If you have non-Polish examples with dents, I'd love to see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxbbb View Post
    Google turns up nothing.

    Also, if people think this is common among non-Poles (Pontians or whatnot), I'd like to see some pics of shaved heads with dents :-)
    I agree that this kind of head shape is dinaric feature and can be found mostly in balkans.

    But you can found it also in Caucasus(Georgia) and Black Sea.

    Caucasid metbid phenotype is a good example.


    If i found any backup pic from my grandparents I will send you.

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