Re: Bidpedalism

Sun, 28 May 1995 20:38:44 GMT

> it should be noted that the environmental change to savannah from
forested >area favoured those who could range farther for food. Animals
which could
>travel for long distances in search of food sources such as scavenging
>others' kills or roots, berries and seeds did better. This ability to
travel also >developed into the ability to "run down" wounded or
deliberately injured >animals. Now we can run marathons.

How would you explain that when we look at other scavengers they have 4

Is not Quadrapedalism a more efficient form of locomotion than Bipedalism.