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Re: Bipedal lizards and pterosaurs



In a message dated 95-12-05 08:46:36 EST, DPterosaur@aol.com writes:

>Frillnecks spend 95% of their life in trees,
>but when terrestrial, walk about bipedally, resorting to all fours when
>climbing on termite mounds and preparing for a bout of bipedal running,
which
>they, like a number of other lizards, can do from a standing start (contra
>conventional wisdom).

How thoroughly interesting! I wonder which came first--the bipedality or the
arboreality?