The humans are divided into different races or ethnic groups and these different races usually cluster together into particular places of the earth. Although the humans are basically similar, in that they have the same organs and general appearance, they are grouped into many different categories called “races” based on their external appearances.
For example there is the white race. These humans average about 5.8 feet in height, 170 lbs in weight and have a reddish to pale skin complexion. They are distinguished, apart from their color, by their varying eye colors: green, blue, black and brown and varying hair colors.
There is also the black race. These humans average about 6 feet in height, 200 lbs in weight and have a dark skin complexion. They are distinguished, apart from their color, by the stiffness and deep curl or every strand of hair.
The native Indians are another race of humans who can be found in the forested regions of almost every country. The native American Indian, for example, has an average height of 6 feet and weight about 200 lbs. They have a brownish-red skin color, and dark eyes and hair. There are many tribes of native Indians in almost every country. They vary slightly in weight, height and skin complexion.
There is also the Chinese, Japanese, Tamil and other races, each with features and characters unique to themselves.