Why do people resemble each other?
Sometimes it happens that in the Russianin the outback, a girl living in the village is like, for example, Sophie Marceau. And the guy from the next entrance - well, poured out Brad Pete! Why do people look like each other, having different parents and living, sometimes, in different countries? Let's try to answer this rather specific question in this article.
The thing is that Mother Nature does not have muchmany forms and materials for creating human images, as at first glance it may seem. We all know that there are only a few human races and people within one of them have often quite similar physiognomic features. So, the Chinese, for example, especially from the point of view of the European, look very similar to each other. It is interesting that the "black race" also perceives all "whites", as they are similar to each other.
Births and genes
According to scientists, each race counts inthemselves from 400 to 600 different genera, distinguished genetically. So the variations within the race and gender are also not too much, given the general population of planet Earth. These reasons are considered quite objective in the issue of the similarity of people who are not relatives.
Relatives and spouses
Relatives, of course, can be similar to each other even with a break in two or three generations. It is interesting that the spouses who have lived together for many years also become similar to each other.
Often the similarity of people is determined by facial expressions, gestures, behavioral characteristics. So, you can copy almost any inhabitant of the Earth. Than and use, for example, parodists of well-known personalities.
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