How did your body become the complicated, quirky, amazing machine it is today? Anatomist Neil Shubin uncovers the answers in this new look at human evolution. Using fossils, embryos and genes, he reveals how our bodies are the legacy of ancient fish, reptiles and primates — the ancestors you never knew were in your family tree. The three-part series premieres April 9, 2014.Visit Your Inner Fish Website
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Don Johanson recounts the discovery of an iconic human ancestor in Ethiopia.
Neil Shubin recounts the discovery of an iconic fish fossil in the Canadian Arctic.
Neil Shubin finds a tiny fossil that represents an important time in our evolution.
Join a hunt for ancient tools and look for evidence of toolmaking in fossil hands.
"Ardi" changed our understanding of how our ancestors first started walking on two legs.
Tim White gives an overview of the discovery of a hominid fossil known as Ardi.
Our color vision is a gift from tree-dwelling primate ancestors in search of ripe fruit.
Paleontologist Holly Dunsworth shows us fossil evidence for the disappearance of our tail.
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