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NOVA's cameras are there to capture the unveiling of the face, spine, and shoulder blades of this 3.3 million-year-old fossil child. So get ready for a ride through millions of years of our history.And NOVA takes viewers "inside the skull" to show how our ancestors' brains had begun to change from those of the apes. It's the story of Becoming Human—our story, right now on NOVA.Zeray called the baby Selam, the Ethiopian word for peace.Then he set off on a quest to unravel her many mysteries. Imagine the entire span of recorded human history, taking us back to the Egyptian pyramids, about 5,000 years. The programs were shot "in the trenches" where discoveries were unearthed throughout Africa and Europe.
Dry bones spring back to life with stunning computer-generated animation and prosthetics. An explosion of recent discoveries sheds light on these questions, and NOVA's comprehensive, three-part special, "Becoming Human," examines what the latest scientific research reveals about our hominid relatives.But not the baby teeth visible in her jaw: the adult teeth growing inside the bone, as seen in a CT scan. Like Lucy, she testifies to a crucial step in our evolution. As the first fossil Don Johanson found clearly revealed. And I gently tapped it with my sneaker and this is what fell out of the ground.And it is the, this is your, the top end of your shinbone. And very close by, in two pieces, I found this bone.But Zeray Alemseged has made this forbidding place his life's work.He's searching for the fossilized traces of our earliest human ancestors.