Explain why Inuit Eskimos, despite living in polar regions with little sunlight, remain dark-skinned like their equatorial ancestors.


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Due to genetics.


Inuit Eskimos, remain  dark-skinned like their equatorial ancestors despite living in polar regions with little sunlight because this black color transfer from generation to generation through genetics. These Inuit Eskimos are descendants of black people that were lived in the equatorial regions of the earth so these Inuit Eskimos also has black skinned like their ancestor.

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