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Here we present the most exciting expeditions and unique journeys. The world is growing smaller, but it is bigger than you think. Some people visualize the opportunities for others, and make our lives exciting to live.

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The amazing discovery of Ida - Watch video and film about one of our earliest ancestors!

2009-05-20
The title of the film is The Link, which is a feature-length documentary film about the dubbed fossil Ida. It`s made by the award-winning Atlantic Productions with exclusive access to Ida and the team of scientists who have examined her. See also an available video about Ida.
Ida,fossil,monkey,University of Oslo Natural History Museum

Photo. The little hand of the fossil Ida. She became 9 years for 47 million years ago. © The Natural History Museum at the University of Oslo. Naturhistorisk Museum, Universitetet i Oslo. Website: www.nhm.uio.no

The film shows how microtomography, CT scans and X-ray techniques were used to examine and recreate a 3D image of the creature, revealing that this early primate was a previously unknown species and one of our earliest ancestors.

It's 47 million years since Ida died; around 25 years since she was excavated from Messel Pit; and just over 2 years since Dr Jørn Hurum acquired her fossil for the University of Oslo Natural History Museum.

On Tuesday 19th May 2009, Ida was finally presented to the world. She is set to revolutionize our understanding of human evolution. Ida has got her own website: www.RevealingTheLink.com.

Watch the video film about Ida and her place in our history:
http://www.revealingthelink.com/more-about-ida/the-film

Premiere monday 25 May 2009, 9 PM, on History Channel:
An incredible 95 percent complete fossil of a 47-million-year-old human ancestor has been discovered and, after two years of secret study, an international team of scientists has revealed it to the world. The fossil’s remarkable state of preservation allows an unprecedented glimpse into early human evolution. www.history.com

It`s also possible to explore the history of evolution, and find out all about the discoveries that have shaped our knowledge of humanity's ancestors on www.history.com.

Stein Morten Lund, 20 May 2009

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