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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse The Incredible Human Journey for
showing how Homo Sapiens journeyed out of Africa and
how and why they eventually differentiated into the
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The Incredible Human Journey
Follow in the footsteps of our ancestors
and discover how the first humans became you

The Incredible Human Journey (2009) - 293 minutes
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Follow in the footsteps of our ancestors and discover how the first humans became you.

How did we get here? Following a trail of clues from the latest scientific research, Dr. Alice Roberts re-traces the greatest ever journey taken by our ancestors.

Thousands of years ago one small group of our species, Homo sapiens, crossed out of Africa and into the unknown. Their descendants faced baking deserts, sweat-soaked jungles and frozen wildernesses and risked everything on the vast empty ocean. Within 60,000 years they colonized the whole world...

How did they do it? Why do we, their descendants all look so different? And what did we have that meant we were the only human species to survive?

Using the evidence from genetics, fossils, archaeology and climatology, Dr. Alice Roberts uncovers five epic routes our ancestors took across the globe and the obstacles and brutal challenges they encountered along the way. It reveals how our family tree grew and spread out across the world, producing all the variety we see in the human species today - but despite all that diversity, Dr. Roberts reveals how astonishingly closely related we all are.

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The Incredible Human Journey
Follow in the footsteps of our ancestors
and discover how the first humans became you

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse The Incredible Human Journey for
showing how Homo Sapiens journeyed out of Africa and
how and why they eventually differentiated into the
many varieties of humans we have today.