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According to a recent study (Concluded in 2011) done at North Carolina State University, men, and women today look more like eachother than was the case with our ancestors. In particular, the faces of modern women appear to be noticeably larger, and overall shape differences are less pronounced in both sexes, now. Why this is not entirely known, and the findings of this study only add to a long list of similar questions, but the researchers say it may have to do with environmental, or nutritional factors.
Contributed by Sean Gay