The evolution of human and gorilla locomotor ecology
Dr S K Thorpe, Dr W Sellers
29 March 2019
The transition from arboreal to terrestrial life has long been recognized as the major ecological transition in early human evolution that led to the evolution of bipedal locomotion and thus freed the hands from locomotor activities, and allowed the manufacture of stone tools.
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