From the Fall of Dinos to the Rise of Humans

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    After taking you on a journey through geologic time, we've arrived at the Cenozoic Era. Most of the mammals and birds that you can think of appeared during this era but perhaps more importantly, the Cenozoic marks the rise of organisms that look a lot like us.
    Thanks to Sean Murtha for the wonderful illustration of Tsidiiyazhi. Check out more of Sean's work here: www.seanmurthaart.com
    And thanks to Ceri Thomas for the very cool Titanoboa reconstruction. Check out more of Ceri's paleoart at alphynix.tumblr.com and nixillustration.com
    And as always thanks to Nobumichi Tamura for allowing us to use his wonderful paleoart: spinops.blogspot.com/
    Thanks to Studio 252mya for their illustrations. You can find more of their work here: 252mya.com/licensing
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Justin
Justin

link to the poster please!

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Hunter Not My Last Name
Hunter Not My Last Name

Ooo

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Gold Dragonette
Gold Dragonette

@wakawaka1976 e-poch - should be a soft ch at the end. Its def an o in the middle

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you2tooyou2too
you2tooyou2too

@Capta Praelium There are many ways to represent our current understanding of the Tree-Of-Life. Pick one based on your intended audience and extent of discussion: https://mammothmemory.net/images/user/base/uncategorised/1.2.69%20Charles%20Darwins%20tree%20of%20life%20from%20primordial%20forms.jpg https://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/images/0003ti-11699.gif https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-nRUAR2G4CP8/UQhEluNt92I/AAAAAAAAAvw/dcmngqu7GIM/s1600/tree_of_life.gif There are also several field-guides for a better understanding of the uses & limitations of such diagrams: http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/evotrees_fieldguide_01

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EkDujheKeLiye Entertainment
EkDujheKeLiye Entertainment

The poster has a feathery Trex🦜and not🦖

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wakawaka1976
wakawaka1976

Are you guys sure you are pronouncing epoch right? To my understanding it’s not E-pock it’s ep-uck. Ep- like episode and uck- like suck.

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rose universe
rose universe

9 foot long mammal eating turtle😳

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Dada Dede
Dada Dede

*Next era* From the Fall of Humans, to the Rise of Octopuses

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Quinn Dedmon
Quinn Dedmon

we went through the entire earth's time, from the cambrian explosion to us, AND WE STILL HAVEN'T FOUND OLD ZEALAND!!!! SMH MY HEAD!!!!

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istvan jegels
istvan jegels

Looks like our time is passing too. We're less than a 1 second screenshot in a 2 hour movie.

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A.Z. B.
A.Z. B.

For some reason yet all this still doesn't add up. I believe that humans are somehow out of place in the entire evolution process. Nature always took care to have a balance in evolution and all the other species on this planet who were evolving along remained basically the same. Even monkeys today have the same lifestyle they had millions of years ago. Eat, drink, mate and survive. And then suddenly humans appear out of nowhere, raise above every other living creature, populate the planet and becoming something completely out of the balance and all this in less than a few thousand years. This is not adding up with the fact that live is evolving since hundreds of millions of years on planet Earth...yet only we managed to get this far

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R Fry
R Fry

language and tool use is very very important - we can see that crows and things are beginning to do this, and they form very complex societies. We know that humans were like this when we first arose, but after several hundreds of thousands of years we basically learnt to talk to each other. If you want a really call explanation, check out the book ‘Sapiens’, it’s so good.

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russian pooch
russian pooch

we can’t be related to reptiles

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russian pooch
russian pooch

@R Fry i’m just saying what scientist say

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R Fry
R Fry

@russian pooch so is gravity. And? Literally all science is a theory, don’t argue semantics. You asked a question, I answered it. We didn’t descend from lizards. Both us an lizards came from a common ancestor billions of years ago.

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russian pooch
russian pooch

@R Fry bc it’s a theory

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russian pooch
russian pooch

@R Fry do you think it’s a fact

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R Fry
R Fry

@russian pooch If we’re related to our cousins, how are they still around today? We shared ancestors, they’re not like our direct parents. Also, we’re related to literally all life because of the eukaryotes.

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T3chKn1ght
T3chKn1ght

Is the Quaternary video out yet? If so, where is it?

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Lars Munch
Lars Munch

65 million years in 13 minutes, that is 5 million years pr. minute.

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Sierra Leger
Sierra Leger

Yoooo it's the guy off of crash course I like him

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Erik 567
Erik 567

I really like how Eons has their presenter speak uptempo.

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Thomas Harmon
Thomas Harmon

6000 thousands years ago

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Thomas Harmon
Thomas Harmon

The creation museum in Kentucky is awesome

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L Ron Cupboard
L Ron Cupboard

No, you need to shut up.

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Anany Misra
Anany Misra

We're not fallen angels , we are risen apes.

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Michael Stark
Michael Stark

The profuse chain grossly analyse because maria immunohistochemically search despite a abstracted theory. longing, remarkable siberian

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Martino San Martin
Martino San Martin

I'd love to have the last bit of this series: the quaternary. I know you have done all sorts of videos about topics during this period but it would be amazing if we get a big picture about it. Love all your videos. Thank you so much

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daniel job
daniel job

Again without mentioning Andrewsarchus! What is the matter with you people? It was a massive carnivorous sheep! How cool is that?

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Sumit Singh
Sumit Singh

Any video on quaternary period and afterwards of ages?

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Maria S.
Maria S.

From the fall of dinos to the rise of humans to the fall of humans to the rise of robots

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LJ Garrison
LJ Garrison

What a fantastic video! Cheers dude!

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mugwi _
mugwi _

Hey, my great great great great... ...great grandpa was a Dimetrodon and I’m proud of it

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Neon Evergreen
Neon Evergreen

hey guys.Can you give me a link to the music you used in the video?

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Isabella
Isabella

11:20 so we CAN eat grasss???

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Evador Ants
Evador Ants

pog

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Heinrich Hebaya
Heinrich Hebaya

3:29 that one eyed character in ice age

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Mr Nikhil RK
Mr Nikhil RK

You are forgetting the Younger dryas impact and the extinction of Megafonas. Lot of development in the areas of Younger dyas age..also Denisovans..a new inteligent species of human race..

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zaczane
zaczane

Can we tell if an animal was possibly poisonous or venomous via fossils? Or is that not possible?

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Isreal Emmeth
Isreal Emmeth

Dumb

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Fer Tuesta
Fer Tuesta

The ✧*Cambrian Explosion✧*。

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L Ron Cupboard
L Ron Cupboard

The Cambrian fossil record shows that for millions of years, the trilobite was the most advanced creature on the Earth.

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JC Mills
JC Mills

no group of animals ever made a choice to adapt and improve-or die. in whatever conditions at any given time those born with certain traits allow them to survive to breed-others die and dont breed and cant produce offspring. changes also are not in a line as if to improve they are branched all over the place. we insist on viewing evolution as if striving towards a goal but even humans are devolving in various ways since there is no more survival of the fittest. T rex was alot more advanced than we ever thought of being as are sharks. A dolphin does not care about building a radio or rocket.if our line walked on the moon but also kill each other and shortly all of us--is that advanced evolution? in a million years we will be looked at as freaks of nature that all the other animals will have a street fair that we died out so that normal animals could go back to eating each other alive.

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JC Mills
JC Mills

I am available as an inspirational motivational speaker if desired let me know in comments.

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John marathon Costie
John marathon Costie

So seems like if Ice caps and all that melt we’re worried about no water right not over flooding lands sorry spell check

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FennMedia
FennMedia

OH MAH GODD ITS HANK

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Thimothee Saul
Thimothee Saul

this is not true

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R Fry
R Fry

??

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Magda Ciechocka
Magda Ciechocka

So you belive in a book written by a madman?

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J W
J W

Top 10 anime fights

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Noway José
Noway José

Are there any animals that have evolved around our time?

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R Fry
R Fry

@anti/HUMAN Designs partially, but we can see the sort of maximum hight of a person in their genes and it’s getting taller!

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anti/HUMAN Designs
anti/HUMAN Designs

@R Fry Humans getting taller is not about evolution, it's not genetic. We're taller because we're healthier and eat better.

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R Fry
R Fry

well, evolution is a continuous thing, it never really stops - the environment just changes. We can see that humans are getting taller and more immune to disease for example, and crows can use tools where they didn’t before.

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anti/HUMAN Designs
anti/HUMAN Designs

All of them. All species are constantly evolving.

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Monkey see- Monkey do
Monkey see- Monkey do

Before we figure out how to use tools we were scavengers eating left owers from lions

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Nelum Kumarasinghe
Nelum Kumarasinghe

oooga boooga 123

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Reylan Bugaoisan
Reylan Bugaoisan

Im an atheist if i believe in these

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Kentucky fried Children
Kentucky fried Children

What if god created the base, and has guided evolution each step of the way? Staring down from the heavens and watching his children grow, from cells to humans and from children to the elderly. God and evolution are not incompatible- science and religion can work together!

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tgstudio85
tgstudio85

Nope, atheism is just a lack of belief in gods, nothing more. You can believe in whatever you wan't, but know that science doesn't require you to believe, it only requires you to study it.

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Rox
Rox

Excuse me, PBS. "Organisms that look like You and I," not "you and me."

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Faza Aryoga
Faza Aryoga

purgatorius sounds really badass for a primitive rat

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Raul Blaze
Raul Blaze

I’m so glad I can’t across this channel 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿

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Marc Rube
Marc Rube

I'm so sad dodo's are extinct. Just imagine having a pet dodo

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NikolasTheAnimator
NikolasTheAnimator

Did you just copy the others comment?

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Virexius
Virexius

titanoboa nope fuel

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Gajraj Singh
Gajraj Singh

Mr. Green is here too!

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Manetinaj
Manetinaj

The devs have been leaking balance patches lately, but i think its really unfair. There are only half as many mammal mains as reptiles, and i don't want the age of giant unbalanced reptilian builds come back, but i still think the human mains should be nerfed though.

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Vicente Perea
Vicente Perea

So either we will live to 100 million years in this segment of time or we will last the longest ever like in the Cretaceous period of the Mesozoic. Im betting on the shorter end, since that seems to really be the trend on the scale

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Ancient Builds
Ancient Builds

what is this junk?

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Kentucky fried Children
Kentucky fried Children

An evolutionary history from the fall of dinos the rise of humans

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Joseph Elfassi
Joseph Elfassi

Stellar series!

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Ben Parker
Ben Parker

youre not a real PBS eons fan unless you've seen 1:29 this picture 10,000 times

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Kristian Rodriguez
Kristian Rodriguez

Hank why you can't eat grass

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Kenneth Sofia
Kenneth Sofia

It always makes me sad thinking about prehistoric wildlife from around the last Ice Age. I get that we'll never see dinosaurs since they died 65 million years ago but we just barely missed these guys. All those cool wildlife that we ALMOST got to see.

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Scott Brito
Scott Brito

You guys make my favorite paleo content period. That said, I cannot patron an organization that pronounces “Quaternary” as “kwOt-in-ary” 🤣

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Fortit Jordan
Fortit Jordan

0:17 I actually kinda look like that little orange guy right there

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Kameron Shope
Kameron Shope

Synapsids did not descend from reptiles. Reptilia as a group are sauropsids. The best way to describe it would have been to say that synapsids are a group of animals that split from a common ancestor that linked them to what would eventually become reptiles. Edit: On another note birds are in fact reptiles.

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Mjood Killer
Mjood Killer

استغفر الله مشكلة هاذولا الفلسفيون

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Bill
Bill

IDK why but I got French vibe from this dude

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Andrew Schmitt
Andrew Schmitt

What about terror birds? Large flightless birds during the beginning of this timeframe.

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Nirmal Chandren
Nirmal Chandren

I've watched this video at least ten times for a school project

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Mick Avoidant
Mick Avoidant

Now tell us about the repeatable test that your videos is based on.

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Mick Avoidant
Mick Avoidant

@R Fry I bring you back to my first post.

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R Fry
R Fry

@Mick Avoidant generations have variation and the environment can select for more beneficial traits, which then are more common in the next varied generation. If this happens across millions of generations (as we know existed), then macro evolution happened. Simple as. How do you explain the fossils and extinct human relatives that end up in the dirt at certain dates?

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Mick Avoidant
Mick Avoidant

@R Fry Microevolution happens, yes. What's your definition of microevolution?

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R Fry
R Fry

that’s not how this works, but we can observe microevolution in a lab.

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gerthie
gerthie

Dynamite

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gerthie
gerthie

Are we connected to a dinosaur

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R Fry
R Fry

we are connected to all living things! They’re like distant cousins. If you look at a tree of life, it sort of shows it - think of it like a family tree beginning with some cell that we’re all related to, then splits off until we come about.

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Robert Henderson
Robert Henderson

252 million years ago the fire nation attacked and 65 million years ago the earth nation attacked

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Gabriel Vasquez
Gabriel Vasquez

dude, I thought he was the guy from crash course

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desiguy
desiguy

how to solve global warming problem. Grow azolla fern.

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davinder singh chauhan
davinder singh chauhan

titanoboa live in paleocene not in eocene

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Sergio Guzmán
Sergio Guzmán

When did we start to grow long hair? Is there any hint of why?

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Travis Balog
Travis Balog

Dude is Daniel tosh's wholesome brother

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The Chosen One
The Chosen One

This is merely theory

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R Fry
R Fry

As is gravity, and the existence of atoms, and of tectonic plates, and even of theory of mind. Yet you don’t complain about these. Hmmmm.

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LUKE WUNDERLI
LUKE WUNDERLI

And Reptiles got huge Dinosaurs: Are we a joke to you?

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Sherron Mitchell
Sherron Mitchell

I guess the thumbs down must be Evilgelicals because as a normal human I love this stuff. Thank you.

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Alka Soli SEER CREATORS
Alka Soli SEER CREATORS

2020: From the fall of humans to the Rise of corona

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Steven Roberts
Steven Roberts

Titanaboa 2.0

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Dennis Latham
Dennis Latham

kingdom hearts 3 secret ending

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Anna Rose
Anna Rose

maybe do a video on desmostylia

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Dave Cullins
Dave Cullins

Even if humanity dies, another species will probably eventually take its place as the intelligent species that dominated the world. Might be some form of raven/crow or monkey, or something else, depending on what wipes out humanity.

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Jonathan baswara
Jonathan baswara

13 minutes worth of my 9 year in school

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Freiburg im Breisgau
Freiburg im Breisgau

New World Monke

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Sianwa Atemi
Sianwa Atemi

monki flip

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combow test
combow test

One day a million years agow two cell's meet. One said hey let's merge!.the other one said ok and the others said ooohhh yea let me get in on that.and bicose of those call that's how I'm raithing this comment

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Andre Knight
Andre Knight

Great information

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MrZanctum
MrZanctum

And to think, my grandfather lived through all of this.

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Henry Terrell
Henry Terrell

Is this the same guy who taught me APUSH (via youtube videos) like 7 years ago?

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can i?
can i?

humans are badass

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Lunc Number
Lunc Number

We need a time machine😎

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jhlords2 2020 TM
jhlords2 2020 TM

no way i'm related to a plant where is the time machine ?

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R Fry
R Fry

we’re related to everything! It’s amazing, and fossils are an incredible look into our past. These time scales are incomprehensible, but animals and plants were perhaps the first divergence so they’re barely related to us at all - they’re less related to us than bacteria for example.

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Pedro gabriel Duarte
Pedro gabriel Duarte

Also known as the age of the beasts

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Richard Green
Richard Green

How are we related as there is no DNA to link us. Also it was not a meteor or a comet it was a micro nova.

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R Fry
R Fry

there is DNA

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Ethan Westerfield
Ethan Westerfield

There is DNA tho babe, so idk what you're talking about

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Dovyeon
Dovyeon

Rest in peace global rainforest

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Joana Borges
Joana Borges

Where can we get an azola ferm to help cool down the planet? 😂😂😂😂That's what I was thinking the whole time, even though I know it's such a far-fetched idea

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Scott Bradshaw
Scott Bradshaw

First ape?? Really Hank??

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alexithymia
alexithymia

wait- hank green is he-

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vincent reznor
vincent reznor

Ledi jaw, is a palyndrom of jedi law...

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Mad Karaoke
Mad Karaoke

Earth: Huh i've seen reptiles the size of buildings and invertebrates that looked like sth out of a speilberg movie. I bore smoldering temperatures and have borne witness to volcanic eruptions and plate tectonics for billions of yrs. What r u humans gon do in 20000 yrs😏 Humans: cause global warming, melting glaciers, root out forests, dominate world, cause animal extinction Earth: what the fuck!!@#$

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Ezinma88
Ezinma88

Love these episodes.

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Янко Янков
Янко Янков

How did they transfered from laying legs to giving birth

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R Fry
R Fry

basically, as with everything, it happens gradually - they probably had softer and softer eggs and more and more developed young, until the eggs became a fluid sac and had live young.

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Kentucky fried Children
Kentucky fried Children

They have a great video on this-check it out!

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Erick Lucio
Erick Lucio

Just remember if you guys find rats disgusting always remember that we were also rats once

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Cosmic Arc
Cosmic Arc

Not exactly

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Shirase Chan
Shirase Chan

Him :Purgatorios Me : You mean squirrel? *SYNAPSES INTENSIFIES*

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Blue Flower
Blue Flower

THATS DISHONORED MUSIC ISNT IT

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David Rains
David Rains

The average early human would be a world class sprinter today.

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222light Atoms
222light Atoms

Now the oceans are polluted with millions of tons of plastic.

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Dirty Randy
Dirty Randy

Could you imagine riding a giant turtle?

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Sul Wah
Sul Wah

That would be badass

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