I don't believe that. At all. I could go along with you until this. Show me the skeletons and I'll think about it, but without one, no. One skeleton maybe (genetic outliers do happen), but not several in a small population group or sample. One could be an outlier and I'll bet real money that the person didn't live past their teens. There is a real biological consequence for large humans outside their genetic range: they don't live long enough to reproduce. Aine
Aine, check out this video.
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