Evolve: 11 part Documentary on Evolution
This documentary looks at the evolution in the animal and human world of various attributes and behaviours such as eyes and sight, sex, skin, shape, speed and communications. I have a watched a few of these episodes and they seem quite informative. There is another similar documentary done by BBC called Wonders of Life which covers similar areas in a different format.
The Evolution of EyesThis episode looks at how eyes developed from the light senstitivity of early organism. It also looks at various types of eyes and ways of seeing and their advantages and limitations.
Evolution - The evolution of Sex HD 1080p]
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpfPw7dk45s#]Evolution - The evolution of Sex HD 1080p
[/url]The Evolution of SexLooks at how sex and sex organs as developed among various organisms. It also looks at how sex is used differently among different organisms.
The Evolution of ShapeExamines the role speed, population density or a host of other factors are related to the evolution of different shapes among organisms.
The Evolution of SpeedExamines how the life circumstances lead to different level of speed among animals and how their bodies adapted to these changes.
The Evolution of CommunicationExamines the various ways organisms have evolved to communicate, how their bodies developed for different types of communication and the purposes they served.
The Evolution of JawsExamines why animals developed jaws and the role that it played in the development of organisms.
The Evolution of GutsExamines the development, evolution and roles of the guts in organisms.History Channel - Evolve - 7 of 11 - Guts]
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjmoBH4wPNE#]History Channel - Evolve - 7 of 11 - Guts
[/url]The Evolution of SkinExamines how organisms developed differences in skin, the roles skin plays etc.
The Evolution of FlightExamines the evolution of flight in organisms.
The Evolution of Venom
Examines why certain organism evolved to produce and use venom.
The Evolution of SizeExamines why animals evolved to be of different sizes.