We All are Unique

MD KHAJA SHAREEF By MD KHAJA SHAREEF, 27th Apr 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/_tune.64/
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We are similar and yet so different from each other.

We All are Different

All human beings are unique, we are all very different from each other. At the end of Ice Age, some millions of years ago, people started to move out of Africa. Over thousands of years, people have spread to every continent of the Earth.

Humans have spread through very cold regions of Siberia to the desert lands of Australia. Due to this, small differences in appearances and living habits between groups of people living in different parts of the world started to arise. So people living in Africa are very different from the ones living in Australia, Europe and India.

All people can be roughly divided into three groups called “Caucasoids, Mongoloids and Negroids”.

The Mongoloid is the largest group of people inhabiting the planet. But even after all these classifications, we are individuals and are unique from the rest of our brother and sister.


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My name is MD KHAJA SHAREEF. I am presently working as a High School teacher in Mathematics and Physical Science. My date of birth is 10-04-1970. I lives in CHOUTUPPAL near HYDERABAD in INDIA

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author avatar Funom Makama
9th Oct 2011 (#)

Great article. Reading a piece like this makes me feel lucky to be part of this community. Keep up with the good work.

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