Medium height:

Medium tall groups are close to the world's average regarding their genetic height potential. They appear on all continents in all kinds of climates. In some cases, the average height is reached as the local genetic optimum, in some other cases, medium-tall groups were produced by blends of tall and short populations. Most of the Bantu groups of the African forest belt are of medium height, as well as Madagascans. Many Central and Eastern Europeans as well as some South European populations are medium tall, similarly many Oriental, Indian, and North Chinese groups. Southern Australian Aborigines are medium tall. In Native Americans, medium-tall populations exist between the tall and short types.