Ancestry that is considered European is like Asians as well. Europeans aren't as ethnically diverse except for say, Sami in Finland or some people from the island of Sardinia. As well as Tatars from Crimea. Sure, with the exceptions of the few I mentioned last sentence, they all look white, but they also do have different facial structures. It can also blur the line of some people that are not just mixed European, but some that appear European, but have Aboriginal American blood, like Castizos, and Harnizos, and even Truly white passing Mestizos. (true white passing folks have 50% or less European blood, but appear to have at leas 66% European blood) Some Happas can even blur the line of who is almost completely of Aboriginal European blood, especially if they have Georgian or Armenian blood in them. A lot of countries in the Americas would certainly would consider those prior examples I've mentioned to be blanco, even if Anglos just lump them in with other Mestizos, which I'd agree more with the blanco classification, since they'd look a lot like folks with Aboriginal European blood. But, like us with at least 90% of Aboriginal European blood, they still have European blood, just not as much as us.
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