Natural History

Experience the most destructive mass extinction of all times, the Permian extinction. (www.youtube.com)

50 million years after the great dying, the Earth is just recovering, unti, tectonic movements split Pangea in two, but this brings massive volcanic eruptions and a downfall of the oxygen levels. (www.youtube.com)

Experience the previous 24 hours, and day 1, when an asteroid began the extinction of the dinosaurs. (www.youtube.com)

A superplume explodes around 377 million years ago, and causes a huge mass extinction, that will become a threat for our ancestors, the first amphibians. (www.youtube.com)

Experience the following year after the doomsday of the dinosaurs. (www.youtube.com)

74,000 years ago a supervolcano blew up in South-East Asia, threatening the humans and every animal, causing one of the major disasters after the extinction of the dinosaurs. (www.youtube.com)

The "Last Day of the Dinosaurs" is a documentary about the extinction of the greatest animal species that ever lived. It portrays an asteroid hitting the Yucatan Peninsula as the cause of their demise.

42,000 Years ago, the only humans in Europe made clothes, educated their young, made tools. But they weren’t the same as us.
Now the very latest technology can reveal exactly how they lived, the dangers they faced and the communities they made in the Neander valley in Germany.
We all know the word “Neanderthal” to be an unflattering qualifier for some of our more uncultured and dim-witted fellow humans.
But was the real Neanderthal man truly such an intellectual dunce? The Real Neanderthal Man looks at modern scientific findings that reveal quite the opposite.

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