National Geographic: The Human Family Tree

National Geographic: The Human Family Tree

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This National Geographic special begins with a small group of strangers in Queens, NY, and traces their roots back to the same set of ancestors in East Africa. Though they are different races, and their families arrived in the U.S. under completely different circumstances, each person's DNA can nonetheless be traced back to the "cradle of humanity." The Human

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This National Geographic special begins with a small group of strangers in Queens, NY, and traces their roots back to the same set of ancestors in East Africa. Though they are different races, and their families arrived in the U.S. under completely different circumstances, each person's DNA can nonetheless be traced back to the "cradle of humanity." The Human Family Tree explores the myriad ways that the earliest humans spread across the globe, and analyzes the ties that bind us all. ~ Carly Wray

Product Details

Release Date:
09/01/2009
UPC:
0727994753827
Original Release:
2009
Rating:
NR
Source:
Nat'l Geographic Vid
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
1:36:00
Sales rank:
26,599

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Disc #1 -- National Geographic: The Human Family Tree
1. Introduction [1:04]
2. In Search of a Better Life [4:42]
3. Cracking Open DNA [4:40]
4. An Epic Saga [4:31]
5. Connecting People Through History [3:49]
6. Split in Two [5:15]
7. Suvival of the Fittest [5:31]
8. A Very Different Place [6:50]
9. Groups Mingling [4:29]
10. Swapping DNA Markers [6:23]
11. Cultures Have Grown Apart [4:36]
12. Splintering Off [4:04]
13. Adapting to a Harsh Existence [6:19]
14. Among the First to Enter Europe [5:07]
15. No Less Advanced [6:24]
16. Embrace and Preserve Heritage [16:42]
17. Conclusion [:54]
18. End Credits [:29]

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National Geographic: The Human Family Tree 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I advise this one anyone with an open mind.