Zeresenay Alemseged:
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.

Zeresenay "Zeray" Alemseged digs in the Ethiopian desert, looking for the earliest signs of humanity. His most exciting find: the 3.3-million-year-old bones of Selam, a 3-year-old hominid child, from the species Australopithecus afarensis. Full bio
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