On two feet or four?
1994/11/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria
The intuition of some paleontologists has been proven lately by studying the ear of the australopitheces. According to these studies, the afarensis species of the australopithecus, that is, the African Lucy, normally moved on four feet and only occasionally on two feet.
Lauhanka's inner ear and concave is different and some Dutch and British researchers have compared fossil waste. The conclusion was as follows: The inside of the ear of Homo erectus is similar to ours, but it resembles more of the apes in aphrodisis. In the intermediate species Homo habilis the results are debatable. The results of both studies indicate that it was similar to the current man, but another totally different, different from the current men and primates.
The researcher at the University of Liverpool, Bernard Wood, says that only those of the genus Homo were standing and that everyone else was lauhanca and standing who lived in the trees at once.