posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 04:55 AM
actually, canine teeth are more prominent depending on your geneology. Native Americans have very pronounced canine teeth as do people from certain
Asian descents. Those with a purely British origin usually are flat and even with the rest of their teeth, Africans are generaly the same as the
British except select tribes in the far eastern portion.
Native Americans have always had the most unique dental variation including cupping, cusping and various other characteristics.
I'd be interested in seeing if it was genological or environmental causes that led to this due to the prominance on this continent.