The first episode of David Attenborough's two-part documentary, Rise of Animals: Triumph of the vertebrates, airs tonight at 9pm on BBC 2Sir David explores the origins of the backbone by studying a tiny prehistoric animal and a living fossil living in the south of EnglandThe documentary uses CGI animation to bring long-dead creatures to life such as the Tiktaalik and famous feathered dinosaur It sees Sir David filming for the first time in China, where he sees the fossils that are changing the face of palaeontology By Sarah Griffiths PUBLISHED: 11:16 GMT, 20 September 2013 | UPDATED: 12:49 GMT, 20 September 2013 David Attenborough has visited new paleontological hotspots to fill in evolutionary gaps of how vertebrates came to rule the Earth and how their evolution defines our own human bodies. Rise of Animals: David Attenborough explores evolution of vertebrates Rise of Animals: David Attenborough explores evolution of vertebrates
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