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New documentary about the first modern human in Europe

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posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 06:12 PM
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Hi ATS,

Was going through the BBC iPlayer website and came across this new documentary about the unlikely survival of Homo sapiens. Our ancestors and Homo erectus first met after a super-volcanic eruption 75,000 years ago in India.

I think it is a fantastic documentary, so I seriously urge you to watch it and give your opinion.

There is also a second episode which is on BBC iPlayer but not Youtube. The second episode is set 35,000 years ago and depicts Homo sapiens's encounter with Homo neanderthalensis. As the ice caps retreated, the Neanderthal stronghold in Europe weakened, providing a window of opportunity to which modern humans owe their existence.












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posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 06:18 PM
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Originally posted by cllj7
Hi ATS,

Was going through the BBC iPlayer website and came across this new documentary about the first modern humans when they first came to Europe. This episode is set 35,000 years ago and depicts Homo sapiens's encounter with Homo neanderthalensis. As the ice caps retreated, the Neanderthal stronghold in Europe weakened, providing a window of opportunity to which modern humans owe their existence.

I think it is a fantastic documentary, so I seriously urge you to watch it and give your opinion.









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posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 06:43 PM
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nice find, im usually upto date on BBC documentarys and such, this one seems to have slipped me by. Watching now.

Second line.



 
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