David Attenborough's 'First Life'

If you haven’t seen this before, it’s worth watching.
Part 1
Part 2
Probably while this doc was in post-production in 2010, the news broke that a possible multicellular life form, an almost certain evolutionary dead end, from 2 billion years ago was discovered, so some of the info might be a little dated. But such is science.

Let’s have a synopsis. Go on, don’t be shy.

The very earliest beginnings of life and how it evolved into each stage, gaining digestion, sight, limbs, etc.

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Looks cool and I love Attenborough, so I’ll defnitely be checking it out. Thanks for the link Snake.

Love it - I have to book, too. Trilobites and Burgess weirdnesses are all much more interesting than boring old dinosaurs, IMO, so I love when they get the full CGI treatment.

boomarking to watch at home.

Me too. Crossing fingers it’ll be available in this region.

Thanks for sharing.