Jun 30

The Unexpected Downsides of Bipedalism

Bipedalism refers to locomoting (e.g., walking, jogging, running, etc.) on 2 legs. … This is the form of bipedalism that is assumed as a regular means of locomotion. Today, very few mammals (e.g., humans and kangaroos) demonstrate habitual bipedalism.

Are there unexpected downsides of Bipedalism?

2 Responses to “The Unexpected Downsides of Bipedalism”

  1. Danial K

    Bipedalsim also exposes our vital organs and sexual organs to more harm if attacked by an animal or engaged in a fight with a human. The video by Lloyd Pye: “Everything you know is wrong” is an interesting video on this topic.

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