Guys, i wasn't saying they aren't people. I was saying that black men didn't evolve from the same people that black women did!! Gosh.
Most Helpful Guy
Two organisms are of the same species of the two following conditions are met:
1) Fertile male and female adults are able to sexually reproduce.
2) The healthy offspring is fertile itself and can therefore sexually reproduce in the next generation.
A counter example that is very common is this:
A female horse can be bred with a donkey. The offspring is called a mule. It has the sized of a horse and the stout body of a donkey. A horse and a donkey are genetically close enough that they can reproduce, but not close enough their offspring is ever fertile. Therefore, a horse and a donkey are different soecies.
Back to what you were saying...
Something about dark skin... something... something...0
Most Helpful Girl
How could black males and black females have evolved from different species, then all have ended up being the same species? They did not evolve from different species.
It's called co-evolution. All modern day Homo-sapiens or humans evolved from the same original species, just did so in different ways to adapt to the very different environments we lived in at the time. Which eventually gave way to humans having different races. Black people evolved the trait of higher melanin concentration in their skin for if they were white and lacking it, they would all have been killed off by skin cancer sooner or late. Likewise why east Asians evolved the mono-lid and flatter nasal bridges to adapt to the harsh weather conditions like wind, dust, and very cold temperature around where they were situated at the time.
I'm not really sure why you're asking if black males and females evolved from different species instead of asking about black, white, oriental populations tbqh. Though same answer would apply nonetheless.0