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BBC goes 'Walking' again

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If you think about it, Australopithecus was the first 'anthro', an animal with human like qualities. Now BBC is following up the popular Walking With Dinosaurs and Walking with Beasts with the story of one of the oddest mammals around... us. Walking With Cavemen is now in the works, focusing on three and a half million years of human evolution and history. After all, tyranosaurus and smilodons are household words, but how many people know Paranthropus boisei or Homo heidelbergensis?

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