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The world is filled with all kinds of people: men, women, children, adults, people who like The Wire, people who "just haven't got round to it yet"...

But despite all of the variety that's offered up, some of us still have an alarming amount in common.

While they're not busy making us wish we could take a year off to go travelling with their devious photography skills, National Geographic have been going all Statto on us.

They've collated information on the world's population and created this nifty video which explains everything about the world's most typical person, including how they'd look.

Take a look and see if you match up:

(Image: YouTube.com)

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