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you forget one thing
cheddar man , dravidians and australians originate from africa where peoples are brown skinned and they are brown skinned too so we can guess they inherit brown/black skin genes from black africans ( i dont say subsaharans cause toubous and nubians live in plain sahara and bejas live in eastern egypt so they are not subsaharan people )
so even if they got different genes they share some continuous genes with africans so knowing their haplogroup Mis son of african wide haplogroup L3 they are sons of black africans so they are black too what noticed greeks and greeks were not saying bullshits , they say blacks, curly or long haired ones come from ethiopia and yves coppens show this true , so dravidians , veddoids , aboriginals and cheddar men are africans that's the truth
Stop spreading misinformation. You display poor scholarship and you seem to be scientifically not very literate. Western European Hunter-Gatherers (WHG), such as the Cheddar Man and La Brana were descended from the earlier, genetically homogeneous Cro-Magnon population. That said, the WHGs diverged from the Cro-Magnons during the Last Glacial Maximum in the refugia of Europe. All Eurasians alive today who don't have recent African ancestry are descendants of a migration out of Africa that happened between 100,000 and 70- 65,000 years ago. The ancestors of WHGs exited Africa into Eurasia which means that the WHGs are "descend" from an early population from Eurasia, who developed outside of Africa. Besides, according to one genetic study, the divergence time estimates among the major population groups suggest that Eurasian populations diverged from Africans during the same time frame (approximately 90 to 110 thousand years ago). The divergence among different Eurasian populations occurred more than 40,000 years after their divergence with Africans. So, after a small group of people left the African continent around 70.000 years ago, all humans spread throughout the globe - creating new populations wherever they went. These populations were often separated from each other, and they encountered different environments that could drive evolutionary processes, mutations. Nevertheless, the fact that if you go far back in times all humans came ultimately from Africa doesn't translate into all humans directly descending from indigenous Africans.
Furthermore, although is likely that the Cheddar Man was dark-skinned that doesn't indicate kinship with Africans. On the contrary, WHGs like the Cheddar Man and La Brana are genetically one of the most distinct populations from indigenous Africans. Furthermore, their closest living relatives are the very pale Baltic, Scandinavians, Finnish people.