PA was my first choice for robot, and I had the same rationale for both answers.
Carolyn reminded me of some A and PA types I've met.
As for Kosal...
What is the hypothesis for significant Nonsangunity in SE Asia? India is mostly sanguine but has a significant Nonsangunine minority. South Asia (Iran) is adjacent to the Nonsanguine Middle-eastern region. So...Nonsanguine types diffused from ME through south and southeast Asia?
Interesting to note the uniformity of N types in Polynesia. Does this mean that the encroachment of NST into SE Asia occurred mostly after the period of Pacific colonisation? Althought, NST remain very rare in Indonesia, and to a lesser extent Phillipines, with the latter having greater ethnic diversity e.g Spanish DNA.
It's also possible, I suppose, that there was a minority of NST and/or other NPA types among the ancient seafarers, which died out due to negative fertility and sexual selection.
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