bipedal


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bipedal

[bī′ped·əl]
(biology)
Having two feet.
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Among dinosaurs, it's more usual to go the other way, to start out as a bipedal baby, and then go down on all fours as you get really huge.
This exclusiveness is significant, the researchers say, because horned dinosaurs transitioned from being bipedal, like their ancestors, to being the large rhinoceros-like quadrupedal animals most people think of as horned dinosaurs during the later parts of the Cretaceous.
Agility Robotics is developing humanoid bipedal robots and Ford has collaborated with the company to test how such robots can work with autonomous vehicles.
"The advantage of being bipedal and humanoid is that your mobility has the potential to be really good," Pratt said.
That's not a bipedal. Couldn't you guys call a single animal expert before posting this?
Today's cosmology, evolution, psychology, the 13.7-billion-year story of the universe, etc., all provide a much different perspective on evil--not a consequence of a historical misstep on the part of an early pair of bipedal hominids.
Other projects included Tesla, a bipedal humanoid robot prototype that explored control and walking patterns on two feet.
Robert Murray, who was walking his dog by the entrance to Eathorpe Hall, said he saw the bipedal marsupial hop away.
The presentation shows impressive progress towards making bipedal robots as agile, if not more so, than humans.
"Being limited to walking speeds contradicts arguments of high-speed pursuit predation for the largest bipedal dinosaurs like T-Rex."
The deal with Alphabet will also see SoftBank buy Japanese bipedal robotics company Schaft.
As part of the transaction, SoftBank will also acquire Japanese bipedal robotics company Schaft.