Walking with Cavemen: Eye-to-eye with Your Ancestors
From the emergence of the first hominids more than four million years ago to the evolution of modern humans, Walking with Cavemen takes readers on a fascinating discovery of our primitive origins and behavior. Airing on the discovery Channel in April 2003. Full-color illustrations.
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