That website is incorrect. Dravidian's are NOT a race, but just refer to diverse groups of people who natively speak languages belonging to the Dravidian language family. And they also are not of African descent. I don't know what that site is talking about.<quoted text>
Do you think Dravidian/Tami are descended of "dark Caucasians" or "euroasians". NO, I'm NOT saying that they are "Africans" now.
This is from a Indian website
The Dravidians descend mostly from the first wave of people who left East Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia) around 65,000 to 70,000 years ago. Their maternal lineages belong to haplogroup M. Their original Y-DNA would have been C or D, but these lineages were later replaced by H and L. H might have evolved directly from CR in South Asia. L probably came from the Middle East or Iran.
They have dark skin because all humans had dark skin 70,000 years ago and the climate in India does not encourage a lightening of the skin. They look different from Ethiopians because they split from them so long ago (before Europeans split from Africans !).
So again...No Dravidians are not African. Actually Africans are more distant from Dravidians than Europeans.
Also there is no such thing as a Dark Caucasian. That is just used to claim many groups like Horners of East Africa by Eurocentrics. Dravidians are just indigenous Indians...Yes they are Eurasian, but Eurasians can be diverse in looks. Which euronuts like Curious Me don't tell you.