...about Evolution

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Duration: 30 minutes

You might relish cabbage about as much as a two-month bout of chickenpox, but would you consider it as a leafy long lost relative? James May does, thanks to the genius of a man who changed the world, Charles Darwin.

But exactly how does Darwin's famous theory of natural selection explain why we are all mutants and what war is actually good for? James treks off into the wilderness with the natural advantage of fantastic motion graphics and vivid animation, to show us just how.

Credits

Presenter
James May
Series Producer
Elizabeth Trojian
Executive Producer
Elliott Halpern

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