what are some other animals that can walk on both 4 and 2 legs?and i mean actually walk on 2 legs and not just standing up
>>4037992None, even bears are absolutely shit at walking on 2 legs.
>>4038039I'd say some small rodents might be able.
>>4038050Those small rats with huge skinny legs, giant feet that hop around in the desert.
>>4038058Whats the reason for which he goes like that here?Doesnt look comfortable
>>4038065He must find it easier than walking with a missing limb.Also bears often go bipedal for a bit, I mean they are bears, what are you gonna do? Tell them to stop?
>>4038083Why would someone umplug an arm from a bear
Raccoons as well.
>>4038123And it's kinda scary to see one run towards you on only two legs.
>>4038108They don't really walk, more jump around.
>>4037992MEIN FUHRER I CAN WALK
>>4038137There's nothing a bear would be able to do that a tiger doesn't do better
>>4038086Chinese Penis Therapy
>>4038146Except for being chad omnivores able to eat anything while tigers have to eat meat
>>4037992well most birds can do 2 legs but they only have 2 total
>>4038297Or except for tigers being able to eat just meat while bears oughta eat anything, uh, uh
>>4038058>circus trained animal is proof bears are good at walking on two legsIn that case, poodles.
>>4037992Gibsthey also look funny as fuck doing it but can actually get around quickhttps://youtu.be/pZwIbydHrNQ
>>4037992Not walking, though, but hopping.
>>4038302In times of meat shortages bears can just eat plant matter and in times of edible plant shortages they can survive hunting. In times of meat shortages tigers have to migrate or die.
>>4038083Absolute fuckin unit
>>4039537Yeah, that counts as bipedal, doesn't it?
>>4038146Faggot take, kill yourself
>>4039429So wait, would these guys count as theropod analogues? I saw a picture showing convergent evolution between dinos and mammals. Most forms have a modern equivalent with the exception of a theropod-like body plan.
>>4038146>A bear’s sense of smell is 7 times better than a blood hound’s or 2,100 times better than a human. A bear’s sense of smell is so acute that they can detect animal carcases upwind and from a distance of 20 miles away. Bears have an incredible sense of smell because the area of their brain that manages the sense of smell, called the olefactory bulb, is at least 5 times larger than the same area in human brains even though a bear’s brain is one third the size.>Bears also have highly developed noses that contain hundred of tiny muscles and let them manipulate them with the same dexterity as people’s fingers. The surface area inside their 9 inch noses also has hundreds of times more surface area and receptors than a human’s>The tiger's sense of smell is not as acute as some of its other senses and is generally not used for hunting. They have small amounts of odor-detecting cells in their nose and a reduced olfactory region in the brain that identifies various scents.ok catfag. Caniforms win again
>>4040193I would say kangaroos would count just as much in that case.