Stupidass, the further a region is from the Equator the LOWER the UV Radiation the region gets. The Mediterranean is not anywhere NEAR the freaken Equator, meaning it has fairly LOW UV Radiation compared to the Tropics that are CLOSER to the Equator.<quoted text>
So what it snows in Africa too. It's not so different.
"In fact there are even a few small ski resorts in Morocco, courtesy of the Atlas Mountains. Tunisia and Algeria got snow-laden a few years ago during a particularly cold winter. Snow even fell in the Sahara desert in 1979, but it lasted just half an hour.
Heading further Kilimanjaro; Uganda's Rwenzori Mountains and Ethiopia's Semien Mountains. But it's not enough to ski. For that, you have todanger" hours in the middle of the day.'
The paler your skin is naturally, the less melanin there is in it. Melanin is your natural protection against the damage caused by sunlight. The less of it you have, the more careful you have to be.'
'But if you have a Mediterranean skin that tans easily, you can still get skin cancer. If you have black skin, though, you won't.'
Summary; UV rays are more dangerous in Mediterranan places like in Southern France. Mediterranean people have darker skin which can handle more UV radiation but they can still get cancer, Blacks won't.
"Most areas of Eastern and Central Europe are very cold in winter. Mountain regions, such as the Alps, are cold in winter and not particularly hot in summer. Southern Europe is generally hot in summer, but many parts are cool and wet in winter"
"Positive pressure anomalies result further enhance negative temperature anomalies and the likelihood of cold spells and blocking highs, particularly over the mid-latitudes of North America and central Asia, along with cold winters in southern Europe and East Asia (Coumou and Rahmstorf 2012)."
It snows in the Mountains of Africa, it doesn't snow in major cities, you fool. Your own freaken "sources' claim as much. South west England is NOT the tropics, and neither is the Mediterranean. People in Mediterranean can tan in the summer but during the winter they get light skinned cause the regions have harsh winters with little to no sun, idiot, that's why the natural skin color of Mediterraneans becomes light. Cause the natural skin tone of Mediterraneans can be as light as any Northerners. In fact there are many people in the Mediterranean regions with light skin, they get lighter in the winter and tan in the summer.
Europe being FAR AWAY FROM THE TROPICS with Low UV Radiation, meaning that Europe was more suited for light skinned people to survive and YOUR black skin was not. The darkest skin tones are found in tropical latitudes, while areas further from the equator with Low UV Radiations such as Europe favors lighter skin tones, as the map below clearly shows.
Now look at UV Radiation world map. Europe's LOW UV Radiations means the region was more cohesive for light skinned people survival and YOUR black skin was a NOT. Humans who moved into NONE Tropical LOW UV Radiation regions like Europe and Northern Eurasia adapted to have light skin because it was more cohesive for their survival. While Humans who were in the hot tropics adapted to have dark skin to protect them for the High UV Radiation of the sun. In other words, your black skin was not cohesive for survival in LOW UV Radiation and NONE Tropical regions like Europe and Northern Eurasia.