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Title Becoming human : [Unearthing our earliest ancestors].

Publication Info. [United States] : PBS : Made available through hoopla, 2009.

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Description 1 online resource (3 video files (approximately 180 min.)) : sound, color
Contents Episode 1 First Steps Episode 2 Birth of Humanity Episode 3 Last Human Standing.
Performer Narrator, Lance Lewman.
Summary Part 1, "First Steps," examines the factors that caused us to split from the other great apes. The program explores the fossil of "Selam," also known as "Lucy's Child." Paleoanthropologist Zeray Alemseged spent five years carefully excavating the sandstone-embedded fossil. NOVA's cameras are there to capture the unveiling of the face, spine, and shoulder blades of this 3.3 million-year-old fossil child. And NOVA takes viewers "inside the skull" to show how our ancestors' brains had begun to change from those of the apes.
Access Digital content provided by hoopla.
Audience Rated TVG.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Human evolution.
Homo erectus -- Evolution.
Primates -- Evolution.
Fossil hominids.
Neanderthals.
Paleoanthropology.
Social evolution.
Added Author White, Jennifer Beman. Producer.
Aaronson, Reuben. Cinematographer.
Anderson, Michael. Cinematographer.
Barue, Stan. Cinematographer.
Cox, Chris. Cinematographer.
Grieg, Gary. Cinematographer.
Gurr, Oliver. Cinematographer.
Miller, Tony. Cinematographer.
Slater-Jones, Richard. Cinematographer.
Waterman, Gordy. Cinematographer.
Burst, Barbara. Editor.
Lee, Paige Smith. Editor.
Delia, Joe. Composer.
Townsley, Graham. Producer. Director. Author.
Lewman, Lance. Narrator.
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Music No. MWT10085799
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