When his clan, including his wife and baby girl Néa, are massacred, Ao, a desperate Neandertal man, decides to leave the North country where he has been living for the South where he was ... See full summary »
More in-depth in the (probable) history of mankind.
The sequel to The Species' Odyssey (the English translation), it explores more about the (probable) history of mankind. This time round, it even discussed about many other things.
The reason why we have different skin colour, how our very early ancestors create their own cultures are among the things I remembered being sticking out for me when this was shown last year after the prequel. There is even a making-of special which was being shown here in my country too last year and it does help me to understand some of the things the cast and the production crew went through. It's really amazing and eye-opening.
If not for the English dubbing to this (because given the original language is in French), I don't think I will be able to understand practically about everything being explained. When you even got the relevant people to explain about some of their discoveries as the show was going on, you know it's more reliable. This is how I feel for myself.
More in-depth and analysis over there.
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