Here's a welcomed repeat of the most important fossil discovery in over half a century: the recent extraordinary unearthing of a new species of tiny human on the remote Indonesian island of Flores. These tiny prehistoric humans - Homo Floresiensis - stood just three feet tall: the size of three-year-old children. As far as its known, these creatures, dubbed 'the Hobbits', evolved and existed only on this one remote island, and they may have lived as recently as 13,000 years ago. Their discovery could fundamentally change our perception of who we are and where we come from. Eight hundred thousand years ago, Flores was a lost world of extremes, boasting among its wildlife gigantic flesh-eating lizards, rats the size of cats and dwarf elephants. State-of-the-art computer graphics bring to life these miniature early human beings as they band together to hunt elephants and try to escape the jaws of giant prehistoric reptiles. There's more hobbit related happenings in Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring at 7.30pm.