From the emergence of the first hominids more than four million years ago to the evolution of modern humans, Walking with Cavemen takes us on a fascinating discovery of our primitive origins and behavior. Far more than just another examination of the fossil evidence, the significance of each hominid's characteristics is translated for the reader into a fascinating conjecture of how they mated, brought up their young, survived attack, and met the other challenges that affected them.
Author Biography: John Lynch joined BBC Science Television in 1976 as the researcher for James Burke's classic series on the history of technology, Connections. Since 2000, he has headed the BBC Science Unit, and is responsible for all major BBC science documentary programs. He is the author of Wild Weather, which accompanies the BBC television series.
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|Product dimensions:||10.22(w) x 11.32(h) x 0.92(d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 9 Years|