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Neanderthals were more advanced then Homo Erectus that the first Homo sapiens (evidently the first Black humans) originated from. Neanderthals were pale skinned and had reddish hair. They definitely contributed those genes to Human populations. Cro Magnons were also Caucasian-looking, they originated in France.
None were exceptionally more advanced than the other, only later did Europeans begin to advance phenomenally faster than Africans, and roughly equal to East Asians.
1. Homo sapiens evolved from Homo heidelbergensis, which had in turn evolved from Homo erectus.
2. The neandertalensis genes for red hair and light skin are not the same genes for those traits found in modern populations. Those traits evolved independently in Homo sapiens.
3. Cro-Magnon entered Europe from the east, beginning about 45,000 years ago. They split off from the Mideasterners. They'd all been in the Mideast since at least 60,000 years ago.
4. No group evolved faster than another.