Edited By: M Roede, J Wind, J Patrick and V Reynolds
369 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs, maps
A discussion on the theory first put forward by Sir Alistair Hardy in 1960, that humans when first abandoning life in trees took steps towards bipedalism in regions of water and marshland rather than savanna.
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