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    How common is the slightly mongoloid look in Scandinavians? I mean Greta Thunberg type:


    This guy on YT claims Danes have less mongoloid-ish features than Swedes or Norwegians. Is there any truth to it?


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    Some may say my dad looks mongoloid-like for a Scandinavian, but he's 0% Siberian. I think it's not very uncommon in baltid types, but it doesn't really mean mongoloid influence as well.

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    It's common to find slightly Mongoloid looking people in the north of Norway and Sweden, but it's rare in pretty much all other places in Scandinavia. This guy (Trygve Slagsvold Vedum, Norwegian politician) is the best example of a Norwegian I've seen that looks Mongoloid, I'm sure he must be at least half-Sami:



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    I think it is common, not only in Scandinavia, but throughout Europe. The influence of the peoples of the east over the centuries has been constant, and has caused that in Europe, Mongoloid features are accepted as their own (when they are soft).

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    For what I have seen on youtube, such types are pretty commom in Scandinavia, but some look less mongoloid influened than others. I have seen people with monloigoid features in Russia, Ukrane and even in Poland.

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    Danes have less east eurasian than Norwegians and Swedes, but I'm pretty sure you can find some individuals among them who fit that description. This Danish actress, for example, has quite extreme features compared to even the examples you gave:

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    Quote Originally Posted by farke1 View Post
    It's common to find slightly Mongoloid looking people in the north of Norway and Sweden, but it's rare in pretty much all other places in Scandinavia. This guy (Trygve Slagsvold Vedum, Norwegian politician) is the best example of a Norwegian I've seen that looks Mongoloid, I'm sure he must be at least half-Sami:


    He has it in a central European style, not 'Sami'. Which I think is typical for coastal Norwegians.

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