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    Default Brazilian player Ramires discovers that he is 99% Black

    Being this unmixed in LATAM is something very impressive

    "When I saw that it was African, I didn't get attached to not having anything South American. It's very rare, my DNA is total African"

    https://www.uol.com.br/ecoa/reportag...igens-ramires/



    https://i.imgur.com/yA9eTFw.png

    https://i.imgur.com/tP5MvmS.jpeg

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    That has to be very odd and unique, Is he fully colonial? Pure indigenous or black or even fully European are not that common In Latin America with the exception maybe Uruguay, Haiti and Bolivia.

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    Fantastic player, I loved his time at Benfica during his prime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laredo View Post
    That has to be very odd and unique, Is he fully colonial? Pure indigenous or black or even fully European are not that common In Latin America with the exception maybe Uruguay, Haiti and Bolivia.
    Well,many pred black brazilians are not exactly truly colonial
    Brazil is independent from Portugal since 1822,the slave officially stopped in Brazil in 1850(after the colonial era);Ramires probably descend from the last waves of africans brought to Brazil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zumbi View Post
    Well,many pred black brazilians are not exactly truly colonial
    Brazil is independent from Portugal since 1822,the slave officially stopped in Brazil in 1850(after the colonial era);Ramires probably descend from the last waves of africans brought to Brazil.
    How common and where is less wierd to find people (becuase I know its rare) with this level of black admixture in Brazil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Farmer View Post
    How common and where is less wierd to find people (becuase I know its rare) with this level of black admixture in Brazil?
    I would honestly be surprised if more than 1% of the population is that african
    The blackest brazilians are likely to be found in states like Rio de Janeiro,Bahia,Minas Gerais e Maranho.

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    Legal. Vi aqui que ele de uma cidade do Vale do Caf no Rio de Janeiro, provavelmente ele descendente dos ltimos escravos oriundos de Angola trazidos nos anos 1850 para trabalhar nas fazendas de caf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Farmer View Post
    How common and where is less wierd to find people (becuase I know its rare) with this level of black admixture in Brazil?
    Litoral of Bahia its easy find 80%+ Ssa persons, while a pardo of rest of Brazil is around 25% Ssa here its 35%, in Salvador the average was 50% Ssa
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    Textbook Sudanid
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    Quote Originally Posted by axel.aleman View Post
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    How common are people that look as black as him in Panam?

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