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First Peoples, Season 1HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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See how the mixing of prehistoric human genes led the way for our species to survive and thrive around the globe. Archaeology, genetics and anthropology cast new light on 200,000 years of history, detailing how early humans became dominant.

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Terrific New Series Exploring Human Origins

Following in the tradition of Nova, Nature, and Frontline, this terrific new series provides fantastic insight into the origins of human populations around the world. Drawing on some of the most recent breakthroughs in biological anthropology, genomics, and archaeology, this series highlights the research and debates surrounding hypotheses of human expansion and the ancestral groups on each continent. In the first episode, First Peoples examined the migration of humans to North America based on genetic and fossil evidence from Eva of Naharon (Yucatan, Mexico) and Kennewick Man (Columbia River, Washington). It highlighted the debate between the Ice Free Corridor and the Kelp Marine Highway hypotheses, as well as the ethical and legal debate over NAGPRA's role in the repatriation of human remains to indigenous American nations. In Africa, it discussed Omo 1 in Ethiopia and then explored the question of admixture (hybridization) with extinct archaic human populations in modern day Cameroon and Israel. The episode also explained the ingenuity, social relationships, and drive which pushed humans to spread throughout the continent of Africa and and beyond. This is is must watch for those interested in anthropology, archaeology, human origins, evolution, general biology or those just wanting to understand humanity's place in the world.

hey lets cut really fast and have over the top music etc

sadly a overblown over edited production .... science does not need to be sold like this... unless it was made for 10 year olds?

for children

it is, as Dogspy said, must be for 10 year olds. The narration is definitely for 10 year olds or imbeciles. Zero charecter. Truly generic.

First Peoples, Season 1
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  • HD Version
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Released: Jun 24, 2015
  • CCin English

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