How to change the face of the man in the process of evolution
The material edition of National Geographic (USA).
During the download an error has occurred.Famous American paleoartist John Gurche (John Gurche) for many years visualizes the findings of paleontologists in understandable images.
His paintings illustrated many articles encyclopedia Wikipedia. Through the work with the National Museum of natural history USA, he created a timelapse video showing the path of human evolution.
The introduction begins with of sahelanthropus (Sahelanthropus tchadensis), the representatives of which lived in the Miocene. The video presents the afar Australopithecines (Australopithecus afarensis) age 4 million years that lived in Europe 800-345 thousand years ago Heidelberg man (Homo heidelbergensis), the Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis) and other ancient representatives of the human race.