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زِرِسِنای اَلِمسگد در جستجوی ریشه‌های انسان

TEDGlobal 2007 · 15:51 · Filmed Jun 2007
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دیرین-مردم شناس معروف، 'زِرِسِنای اَلِمسگد' در مکان‎های صعب‎العبور اتیوپی به دنبال ریشه‎ها و اجداد انسان می گردد. در اینجا او راجع به پیدا کردنِ قدیمی ترین اسکلتِ بچه‌ی شبیهِ انسان صحبت می‌کند و از این می‌گوید که چطور آفریقا سرنخ های انسان بودن ما را در خود جای داده است.

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