Fossil footprints in what is now South Korea are evidence that some species of ancient crocodiles walked on two feet.
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AI will help people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons walk securely on terrains, such as tile, brick, concrete, grass, and "upstairs" and "downstairs."
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Smaller dinosaurs needed speed, but huge predators like Tyrannosaurus rex relied less on moving fast and more on energy-efficient walking.
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A new discovery that sheds light on how neurons control whether mice turn right or left while walking could prove useful for people with motor disorders.
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The arch over the top of your foot, rather than the arch along its length, keeps your foot in shape while walking or running, researchers find.
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The "ability to withstand low oxygen environments and walk on their fins gives them a remarkable edge over their prey of small crustaceans and mollusks."
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A long-term study finds that a simple test of walking speed may detect signs of aging at age 45, and that the brains of slower walkers were different in preschool.
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"…rather than asking why human ancestors stood up from all fours, perhaps we should be asking why our ancestors never dropped down on all fours in the first place."
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Want to boost your daily step count? A little competition may do more to achieve your goal than support or collaboration.
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