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Richard Dawkins shows how whales evolved from a cloven-hoofed ancestor, and reveals whales' closest modern-day cousin.

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During Richard Dawkins' 2009 American tour, we visited Judy Diamond's "Explore Evolution" exhibit at the University of Nebraska State Museum in Lincoln. This exhibit has now been replicated in six museums around the country. While visiting we filmed a collection of short unrehearsed and unscripted videos—just inspired by the "Explore Evolution" exhibit.

See the "Explore Evolution" web page here: http://explore-evolution.unl.edu/

Special Thanks to: Dr. Judy Diamond The University of Nebraska State Museum http://www.friendsofthemuseum.org/

Produced by The Richard Dawkins Foundation and R. Elisabeth Cornwell

Camera & Music by Josh Timonen

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