David visits archaeological sites where fossils were found illustrating the origins of life on earth, in the ocean. For long, evolution worked very slow and species remained primitive, ... See full summary »

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Hazel Barton ...
Herself - Microbiologist, Northern Kentucky University (as Dr Hazel Barton)
Bernard Degnan ...
Himself - Marine Biologist, University of Queensland (as Prof Bernard Degnan)
Philip Donoghue ...
Himself - Palaeontologist, University of Bristol (as Prof Philip Donoghue)
Mary Droser ...
Herself - Palaeontologist, University of California (as Dr Mary Droser)
Jim Gehling ...
Himself - Palaeontoloigst, South Australia Museum (as Dr Jim Gehling)
Guy Narbonne ...
Himself - Palaeontologist, Queen's University, Ontario (as Dr Guy Narbonne)
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David visits archaeological sites where fossils were found illustrating the origins of life on earth, in the ocean. For long, evolution worked very slow and species remained primitive, mostly single-cell, alter fractal. Only the invention of sexual reproduction kick-started genetic diversification. Written by KGF Vissers

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5 November 2010 (UK)  »

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