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What are the 3 human races?

We classify a human as a Homo sapiens sapiens, which means that we are a group of individuals living in human societies. There are many human races. We are one race, so we all are human.

The various categories

We can give several different categories. Humans are:

Homo sapiens sapiens

Homo sapiens sapiens nazis

Homo sapiens sapiens abominations

Homo sapiens sapiens

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens sapiens human

Homo sapiens sapiens human

Homo sapiens sapiens

Homo sapiens sapiens sapiens

Homo sapiens sapiens sapiens sapiens

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens sapiens

Why we are human

At this point it is important to consider that we are all members of one species, Homo sapiens sapiens. That is why we can all be from one race. For example the African man might have a European mother and an African father. Similarly a White American man can have an Indian or an Asian mother and be White American. These people are just a mixture of different types of humans and we are all members of the human race.

There also are many subspecies of the human race

Another important distinction is that some types of humans are more human than others. For example the human type A is less human than the human type B. We can have a mixed White person with mixed African or Asian ancestry, but a mix of both White and Black. This is called heterozygosity. The most common racial groupings for heterozygosity are:

Aryan (Aryan race) Caucasoid (Caucasoid race) Negro (Negroid race) Mongoloid (Mohenjo-daro or Mongoloid race)

Each subspecies of the human race have different genetic characteristics and these race groups have very different origins. The most typical example is the European race, which is the most popular subspecies. The most common subspecies are:

European Aryans White Europeans Black Europeans

But there are other subspecies who are not as well known. These are the Mongoloid, Mongoloid with mixed White and Black admixture, and Mongoloid with mixed Afro-European admixture. These are just a few examples of what is known as Eurasian variation. The difference between these and other subspecies are that the Caucas