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by Sir David Attenborough

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In this groundbreaking investigation, Attenborough travels the world, from Canada to Australia and Morocco to unearth the secrets hidden in prehistoric fossils, providing a deeper understanding of the first living creatures and the origins of our evolutionary traits.

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A quality book from a quality TV series. Accessible yet comprehensive. Beautifully presented. ( )
  psiloiordinary | Jan 20, 2013 |
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