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"In the beginning,
and void. "
This is the planet Earth,
of 6,000 degrees to a few hundred
in less than five billion years.
The heat rises,
meets the atmosphere, the clouds form,
and rain pours down upon the hardening
surface for countless centuries.
The restless seas rise,
find boundaries, are contained.
Now, in their warm depths,
the miracle of life begins.
and change, and reach the land,
What that is, Dr Maia?
I don't know, Luis. I have never seen
anything like this before.
Yes. I think it is. Very important.
We will take one more picture.
Then we will dig it out.
to the institute.
- You two are to wait here in the camp.
- You be gone long?
Long enough to find out what this is
and get help in digging out
the rest of the skeleton.
I want a man in camp at all times.
Luis, you will be in charge.
I'm sure you scared all the fish away.
At the depth he's working, Doctor,
the fish won't hear a thing, believe me.
Ah. There he is. See him?
- What's he waiting for?
Ah. Here he comes.
- David, I have a surprise for you.
- It isn't you!
- What's left of me, Dr David Reed.
The last I heard, you were up
You too were doing research,
for an aquarium in California.
- What are you doing in Brazil?
- We've been at your institute for a month.
David, you still don't look
like an ichthyologist.
The geologist's point of view. He expected
I didn't expect him to look like he did
when he was my student.
Give me your shoulder, Kay.
Are you two married yet?
anyway. Might as well save expenses.
- That's what I keep telling him, Carl.
that raise. Then she can afford me.
Come on, let's go ashore.
It's good to see you again, Carl.
Show him what brought you back, Carl.
dating back to the Devonian age.
could make some identification.
- Look at the webbed fingers.
Maybe we'll know more about it
after I find the rest of the skeleton.
- I'd sure like to be with you when you do.
- So would I.
What about your boss?
Williams? If there's a chance of
any publicity, just try and keep him away.
Right. If it weren't for Dr Williams digging
up the dough, we wouldn't be down here.
- Where is this thing?
- At the institute.
Here it is, gentlemen.
Exactly as I found it.
- It's amazing.
- It's incredible!
Could it possibly belong
to a Pleistocene man?
Chances are that that hand belonged
to an amphibian, Mark.
One that spent
a great deal of time in the water.
So how do you account for the structure
of the fingers, obviously for land use?
- What do you think, Dr Matos?
- We can be sure of one thing.
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