The Upright Ape: Bipedalism and Human Origins
Why are we the only two-legged creature to develop an exclusively upright gait? And what did it mean to the development of the human species? The Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (CARTA) at UC San Diego brings you foremost experts to explore the many facets of these questions in this fascinating series.
Foot and Ankle Diversity in Australopithecus. Jeremy DeSilva (Boston University) shares his insights into the foot and ankle diversity of australopiths and refutes the hypothesis that there is only one kinematic way to be a striding biped.
|1. Foot and Ankle Diversity in Australopithecus|
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