- bipedal + -ly (Wiktionary)
“How about it walks like a person, or a human, or bipedally.”
“It is built like a boxer, with immense upper body strength … It was a gorgeous colour, moving bipedally and trying to avoid being seen.”
“Dr. WILLIAM JUNGERS (Anthropologist, Stony Brook University): When animals walk bipedally other primates it is often in the context of carrying, whether they are carrying food items, stones.”
“Analysis of the bones shows that the Dmanisi hominids definitely walked bipedally and upright.”
“She began to cross the pool walking bipedally, but after her first steps the water quickly became waist deep and she returned to the pool edge.”
“Leah then re-entered again bipedally and grabbed the straight branch in front of her with her right hand.”
“Efi then took the trunk with both hands and placed it on the swampy ground in front of her, crossed bipedally on this self-made bridge, and walked quadrupedally towards the middle of the clearing”
“The unidentified apes walked bipedally and were observed by the SEAL team in the act of killing another animal.”
“They eat all kinds of plant material, including fruits, leaves, flowers, berries, nuts, bark and tubers, and they not only browse and dig to obtain such items, they are also surprisingly good at standing bipedally (without support) to feed on leaves.”
“The astonishing claim — mysteriously never reported by international primatologists and big conservation NGOs like the Jane Goodall Institute and Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund — is that elderly or handicapped gorillas and chimps use wooden sticks to defend themselves or to support themselves as they walk bipedally.”
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