Sorry this is so late. The BEST video for an introduction, hm. That’s actually an awesome question! I generally have videos on “General Paleontology/Anth” and “busting YEC” so of those two catagories probably these two videos respectively.
"Who WAS Homo floresiensis?
“How similar are Humans and Chimps?”
I have lurked here for a bit so I am super interested in meeting some of the amazing scientists here!
I am currently studying the re-emergence of Monomorphic Canine Dentition in Primates for my MRes! So basically primates exhibit a very broad range of sexual dimorphism, from indistinguishable males and females (most strepsirrhines, many NWM, the hylobatids and humans) to light/moderate differences (genus pan) to extreme sex differences in size and dentition (Mandrillus, Gorilla and Pongo)! I want to figure out what pressures cause species with very different males and females to equalize out back into monomorphism. We are seeing this now in Colobus guereza and Brachyteles hypoxanthus!
My internet presence roots from around a years worth of research I did for a monthly coffee meetupw ith a YEC coworker. It took me a lot of time to compile my studies for those chats, and so I hopped on reddit to share some of them so others wouldn’t have to! It was a natural evolution (haha) over to youtube.
A Gutsick Gibbon is a rare species of hoolock gibbon with a perpetual stomach ache only eased by tea!