Miracle planet: Episode 5, Survival of the fittest

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Ambrose Video,
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[2005]
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English
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The human race is here today because of its abilitiy to adapt. Our ancestors, the earliest mamals, survived low oxygen levels. Later primates developed sharp eyesight and hands that could clasp for nocturnal life in trees. And about six million years ago, fossil evidence in Africa tells us, some primates may have begun to walk upright, perhaps because they were forced out of the trees and into grasslands. Living on Earth truly was survival of the fittest.
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Grouped Work ID 5a0b51e4-50ae-e528-75a9-06ad43d020ea
Grouping Title miracle planet episode 5 survival of the fittest
Grouping Author national film board of canada
Grouping Category movie
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auth_author2 Carrière, Joanne., Izuta, Keizo., Kaneko, Mastaoshi., Longul, Wally., Plummer, Christopher., Tazuke, Hideki., Toussaint, Daniel, 1958-
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subject_facet Evolution (Biology) -- History, Natural selection -- History, Video recordings for the hearing impaired
title_display Miracle planet. Episode 5, Survival of the fittest
title_full Miracle planet. Episode 5, Survival of the fittest [videorecording (DVD)] / a co-production of the National Film Board of Canada and NHK Japan
title_short Miracle planet
title_sub Episode 5, Survival of the fittest
topic_facet Evolution (Biology), History, Natural selection
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