Probably black people. They were genetically engineered in Africa by the Annunaki several hundred thousands of years ago from Annunaki and hominid genes. Then, as the human race migrated, white and yellow were evolutionarily determined to be more efficient skin colors for northern Europe and Asia.
See the mention of the Sitchin book on my profile page.
The Africans came first,Africa is the start of all civilizations,we are all descendents of Africa,blacks,white,yellow,red,or brown,its a fact,a scientific fact.as far as being genetically engineered by the Annunaki,don't make me laugh.
Black people, of course. The first people to walk the Earth were African American, due to their location on the planet and the sun affecting their pigmentation. So any of you who say white, that's fine. Believe what you want. But, I know in my heart of hearts, that black people roamed the planet long before white people did.
It really depends on what you call the first person. we descended from monkeys who have WHITE skin. The losing of hair meant we needed some other kind of protection from the sun (not just from sunburn mind you, there is some evidence that fertility rates are also affected).
The first human remains were found in Africa where indigenous people (today) are predominately black. But that doesn't mean they were black or white. I'm not really sure which came first.
There is an interesting article below:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/libra … 73_04.html
Of course, Black people. Because the ones who still can be found living in the jungle, isolated area, and so on are black people. I have never found white people living in the jungle.
We don't know!
If the first humans came from Africa, we don't know their complexion, but it seems that dark complexion naturally occurs in tropical areas and light complexion occurs in more temperate or polar climates. If I moved to the tropics (which I have), my descendants would likely develop stronger pigmentation because of the stronger, more direct sunlight.
The skin color doesn't matter. The first people were... "human!"
blacks what coulor are apes ?
black it was evolution to turn white black people used to act dum but some were for real u put dum n average together average turns dummer dum turns smarter so evolution over took blacks then they became the lower of society and finaly there catching the whites up
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