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This is a good diagnostic. It shows your hip joints are strong enough for bipedal running.

Then about 22 KPH, the oxygen levels in your leg muscles starts to drop. That's when you go to all fours. But what is going on with that spine? Is that based off of a hero shrew?

Now, now. Can't have you looking at me TOO professionally.

Угандская белозубка-броненоска обладает весьма мощно устроенным позвоночником и выносит тысячекратную нагрузку

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