bipedal


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bipedal

[bī′ped·əl]
(biology)
Having two feet.
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It pushed the context of bipedal origins back into the forest canopy from the ground (Senut 2011) where it had spent some considerable time as a result of the knuckle-walking hypothesis.
BEIRUT: If bipedal Beirutis acutely feel the dearth of open spaces, their canine companions certainly must feel even more claustrophobic.
Rex, was a bipedal carnivore with blade-like teeth more than 4 inches (10 centimeters) in length, they said in a report published in the US journal PLOS ONE.
Using the remains, the researchers were able to identity two types of dinosaurs - a bipedal meat-eating abelisaurid which is distantly related to Tyrannosaurus rex (T-rex) and a plant-eating titanosaur.
The beloved talking bipedal, hard-drinking, womanising family member was immediately replaced by new family dog, Vinny (Tony Sirico) -- though that may even be temporary on the airwaves.
WABIAN-2 and KOBIAN - Latest bipedal walking robot that can show various emotions
Finally we have a charming bipedal robot from the University of Michigan.
Countless books and documentaries have offered up the same explanation, that Bigfoot are nothing more than large, bipedal apes that mainstream science has yet to accept as real.
In scientifically accurate computer-generated imagery, audiences will meet the largest living animals to ever walk the Earth - the titanesque plant-eating Argentinosaur, and its nemesis, the Giganotosaur, a bipedal carnivore that could easily challenge the famous T-Rex.
1 m to a dome-crater burrow-mound (Hoogland, 1995) and, in a bipedal stance, monitored the vegetation in which the American badger stood.
Standing tall amongst the garage is the newly announced Mantis: a bipedal mech, that comes packing chain guns, rocket pods and a devastating stomp.
Painted the color of desiccated skin and embedded with actual bone, this monstrous, bipedal body is part primitivist fantasy, part monument at the end of the world--and paired nicely with Mummy, 2012, a painting it faced, which displays the image of a head wrapped in gauze.