Iboothby (iboothby@Direct.CA)
16 May 1995 08:27:40 GMT

I was always under the assumption that bipedalism was convienient not
for helping early australios to see further but provided a way to cover
ground at a farily leasury pase. Humans seen ideally adapted for covering
a lot of distance in their feet. Our ansestors seemed to migrate a lot,
they travelled and explored places. I couldn't imagine a chimp walking
across a savanna, covering a lot of distance the way a human would.