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The program explores the fossil of "Selam," also known as "Lucy's Child." Paleoanthropologist Zeray Alemseged spent five years carefully excavating the sandstone-embedded fossil. And we now know that for millions of years, many different human-like species lived together on the planet, until one day there was only us: Homo sapiens, the most complex, adaptable animal on Earth. A radical new theory reveals how episodes of cataclysmic change forced our ancestors to adapt or die.Everything was squashed against the base of the skull and completely covered by sandstone block.Clues to the age of the fossil came from a distinctive feature in the landscape, white bands of volcanic ash. An explosion of recent discoveries sheds light on these questions, and NOVA's comprehensive, three-part special, "Becoming Human," examines what the latest scientific research reveals about our hominid relatives—putting together the pieces of our human past and transforming our understanding of our earliest ancestors.
Dry bones spring back to life with stunning computer-generated animation and prosthetics. An explosion of recent discoveries sheds light on these questions, and NOVA's comprehensive, three-part special, "Becoming Human," examines what the latest scientific research reveals about our hominid relatives.But Zeray Alemseged has made this forbidding place his life's work.