Proceedings of the Royal Society B • Vol/Iss. 285(1889) • The Royal Society Publishing • • Published In • Pages: 1-9 •
Contrary to the 'obstetrical dilemma,' there will be geographical variation in the shape of the female birth canal.
Females in sub-Saharan African populations typically have deeper birth canals whereas the birth canals of Native Americans are wider. Asians, Europeans, and North African females typically have an intermediate birth canal morphology.
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