Peter Falkingham

Peter Falkingham

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Senior Lecturer in Vertebrate Biology, Liverpool John Moores University.

Evidence suggests lizards have been running on two feet for 110 million years

Fossil bones and skeletons tend to get most of the attention in palaeontology, but sometimes we can learn more about extinct life from the footprints long-extinct animals left behind. That’s the case in new research that claims to have found 110m-year-old trackways of lizards running on two feet (bipedally)