Last updated May 12, 2017 at 4:40 pm
In this second series, evolutionary biologist Darren Curnoe drills further into the mine that is human evolution. What killed off prehistoric megafauna? Are we all athletes? And why exactly is the human bottom the shape it is? “How Did We Get Here” has a bit of fun answering some of these big questions. Serious science – with a dose of humour.
Let’s get to the bottom of the story. Just why did human backsides become the shape they are? And what purpose do they serve? Find out in the latest episode of our evolution series How Did We Get Here?
Who dunnit? What led to the extinction of our megafauna? Find out who the suspects are in this latest episode of “How Did We Get Here?”, the series that takes a sometimes irreverent look at human evolution.
So you think you haven’t a sporting bone in your body? Think again. You are hardwired for action thanks to evolution. Find out why in the latest episode of “How Did We Get Here?” with evolutionary biologist Darren Curnoe.
Have you ever wondered why we have an appendix? Or why some of us can wiggle our ears? And just why are we so hairy? Find out in the latest episode of UNSWTV’s series on human evolution, “How Did We Get Here?”
Why are we the only species to suffer through puberty? Why, why, oh why… Find out about this extra stage of the life cycle in this latest episode of “How Did We Get Here?” with evolutionary biologist Darren Curnoe.
Without our grannies we probably wouldn’t live as long as we do. Yep, when it comes to evolutionary fitness, nannas of the world deserve a big pat on the back (and a hug). Find out why in the latest episode of “How Did We Get Here?” with evolutionary biologist Darren Curnoe.