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The earliest-known animal that walked on two legs
Speed: David Berman (of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History) estimated that Eudibamus could run about 15 miles per hour (24 kph). This plant-eater likely used its speed to avoid its predators.
Fossils and Name: Fossils of this synapsid were found in a quarry near Gotha, Germany, in 1993. Eudibamus was named by Robert Reisz, et al. Eudibamus was not a dinosaur, but another, much earlier type of reptile. Dimetrodon was a contemporary of Eudibamus.
Classification: Class Reptilia (reptiles), order Eosuchia, suborder Bolosaurida, family Bolosauridae, Genus Eudibamus, species E. cursoris.
Animals of the Permian period, before the time of the dinosaurs.
Other fossils found in Europe.
Chart of geological time.
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