Pale skin arrived from the West Asia.
They found the Stone-Age Briton had dark hair - with a small probability that it was curlier than average - blue eyes and skin that was probably dark brown or black in tone.
This combination might appear striking to us today, but it was a common appearance in Western Europe during this period.
Pale skin probably arrived in Britain with a migration of people from the West Asia around 6,000 years ago. This population had pale skin and brown eyes and absorbed populations like the ones Cheddar Man belonged to.