Unknown: Cave of Bones review ( Who is the real history of humankind)

Unknown: Cave of Bones review Paleoanthropologist Lee Berger back on screen with the trip to South Africa  ‘cradle of humankind’ where they discovered the world’s oldest graveyard on the search for hominid evolution and the origins of belief on the releasing on 17 July 2023

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Documentary Unknown: Cave of Bones
GenreDocumentary, History
Original LanguageEnglish
DirectorMark Mannucci
Release DateJul 17, 2023
Runtime1h 33m

With the paleoanthropologist Lee Berger with the producer Jon Bardin, Mala Chapple, Dan Cogan, Liz Garbus, Jonathan Halperin & Malvina Martin for the production of Netflix & Story Syndicate for the cinematography of
Warren Smart & Brian Wengrofsky in the genre of documentary

Unknown: Cave of Bones premise

Unknown: Cave of Bones is on the journey of paleoanthropologist Lee Berger with his team go on the trip to the cradle of humankind where they are on a mission to this ancient, small-brained, ape-like creature that practised complex burial rituals with the question of hominid evolution and the origins of belief.

Unknown: Cave of Bones review

This documentary is a struggle to unearth evidence offering a window to the audience to window into the process of scientific discovery the storytelling is earnest and compelling. This Netflix documentary chronicled archaeological discoveries that shed light on ancient human history with the recent expedition into a South African cave 

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Is Unknown: Cave of Bones a real documentary?

Yes, it is real and based on palaeontologist Lee Berger’s work at Rising Star Cave.

Who is the scientist in the Cave of Bones?

 Lee Berger in South Africa is the scientist in the cave of bones