Incorrect. Europe, the Levante and the Northern parts of Asia never had Africa's climate there fore they were not black like Africans. Those geo regions had always had Low UV Radiation because they are further from the equator meaning the beings living there were lighter skinned then sub Saharan Africans. The key here is Low UV Radiation, Neanderthals who were living in those same Low UV Radiation regions also had light skin colors that were better adapted to the geo climates of Europen, the NearThe man who gave rise to the first genetic marker in your lineage probably lived in northeast Africa in
the region of the Rift Valley, perhaps in present-day Ethiopia, Kenya, or Tanzania, some 31,000 to 79,000 years ago. Scientists put the most likely date for when he lived at around 50,000 years ago.
His descendants became the only lineage to survive outside of Africa, making him the common
ancestor of every non-African man living today.
Why man left Africa?(Asia and Europe had today's African climate), hence had black color as todays Africans
The African ice age was characterized by drought rather than by cold. It
was around 50,000 years
ago that the ice sheets of northern Europe began to melt, introducing a period of warmer
temperatures and moister climate in Africa. Parts of the inhospitable Sahara briefly became
As the drought-ridden desert changed to a savanna, the animals hunted by your ancestors
expanded their range and began moving through the newly emerging green corridor of grasslands.
Your nomadic ancestors followed the good weather and the animals they hunted, although the exact
route they followed remains to be determined.
East and Northern regions of Asia. The farther one gets from the equator the lighter skinned those beings are.