Seeing Through Science with Astronaut Helen Sharman
BBC Schools circa 1993-1996 Repeated until 2000.
Have you ever wondered why your nose is on your face? or why you have two legs and not four? Why do you look and behave like a human being? Even more amazing, why do you look like members of your family and your friends look like members of their families? and yet you don't really look like each other. All you need to know about genes explained here by Helen Sharman.
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