Zeresenay Alemseged:
Zeresenay Alemseged à la recherche des origines de l'humanité

TEDGlobal 2007 · 15:51 · Filmed Jun 2007
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Le paléoanthropologue Zeresenay Alemseged explore les origines de l'humanité dans les régions arides d'Ethiopie. Il nous parle de sa découverte du plus vieux squelette connu d'enfant humanoïde — et des clés que détient l'Afrique pour comprendre notre humanité .

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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