Re: bipedalism and AAH

Jim Foley (
10 May 1995 22:57:08 GMT

In article <3oobcr$>,
HARRY R. ERWIN <> wrote:

>Based on her elbows and knees, Lucy was primarily adapted to arboreal
>climbing and bridging, rather than bipedal movement on the ground.

Are you saying she was arboreal as well as bipedal, or arboreal instead
of bipedal?

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