Hunter-gatherer European had blue eyes and dark skin

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    Hunter-gatherer European had blue eyes and dark skin

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    BBC News - Hunter-gatherer European had blue eyes and dark skin
     
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    Science validates Yoyo Honey Singh :troll:
     
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    ^^ :dude: ...
     
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    Lighter Skin can also be explained by agriculture. Wheat consumption destroys your Vitamin D stores. Your body as a consequence produces lesser eumelanin? (makes you whiter) to help you absorb more Vitamin D.

    First google link:
    Fintan Dunne: : Are You White? Wheat Is Why.
     
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    Woww..You answered the riddle in minutes...while these scientists are still unable to figure out why. Well done :first:
     
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    I just gave a plausible hypothesis, which I had read about previously. :)
     
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    That wheat-disease (or whatever they call it) is a real thing ?
     

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