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Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life
In 2009, the BBC produced an amazing documentary to commemorate the 200th birthday of genius Charles Darwin. The film discusses his Darwin’s groundbreaking theory of evolution through natural selection. Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life was created in part of the BBC’s Darwin Season.
David Attenborough, the presenter in the film breaks down how Darwin developed his theory. He showcases Darwin’s use of his observations of plants and animals in the domesticated state in nature. The 60-minute documentary features archive footage from Attenborough’s several BBC nature documentaries. He also visits places that were important to Darwin throughout his life. The Natural History Museum, the Down House and Cambridge University, to name a few.
Attenborough evaluates Darwin’s theory from its very beginning. He reviews the impact it has had on the way we view ourselves. Rather than dominating over the animals as the The Bible says, but instead we believe ourselves to be part of the natural world and subject to the identical controlling powers that govern all life on this planet.
Grab a piece of cake, throw on a party hat and join the BBC in celebrating this influential man’s 200th birthday with Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life.
This documentary explores into the Theory of Evolution and the man who thought of it — Charles Darwin.
It aims to answer three questions about the man and his ideas in that — what made him think of coming up with the Theory of Evolution? Why did he believe this was the truth and he was right? And why is the theory so important today?
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