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YOUR INNER FISH

The 500-Million-Year History of the Human Brain

  • Aired: 04/09/2014
  • 03:19
  • Rating: NR
Even though your brain enables you to do some amazing things, its evolutionary story runs deep. Biologists Peter Holland and Neil Shubin go hunting for Amphioxus, a tiny, simple animal, whose genes show us just how ancient our brain truly is.
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Biologist Peter Holland shows us how much we have in common with a wormy little animal.
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