From an evolutionary standpoint, is it logical to expect to fi nd one selective pressure primarily responsible for the appearance of bipedality? Why or why not? What types of selection pressures could affect an organism’s locomotary pattern? Could other evolutionary forces (mutation, gene flow, genetic drift) have infl uenced the evolution of bipedality in hominins? How?
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