The study of prehistoric fiction and fact, and the application of Archeo/Anthropological Criticism to works in "speculative" genres. Joe Lyon Layden is the author of The Oracle of Lost Sagas (2017) and the leader of The Looters Revue Show.
This brings out the enormous morphological changes inherent in obligate bipedalism.
An irony to be noted is that even though bipedalism brought about a huge relocation of muscle mass from upper to lower limbs, the bipedal animal is far slower on the ground than the quadrupedal ones.
It should (but it won't) provide a pause for thought among those who believe that the transition to the bipedal state was easy, or could have occurred gradually. And even more so for that band who prefer to think that gibbons were (or are) bipedal in any significant sense, and that they were the direct ancestors of the hominin taxon.
Note also how, in the introductory paragraph, Zihlman and Bolter unthinkingly assume the 'savanna hypothesis'
" . . . This study presents unique quantitative data on major body components of muscle, bone, skin, and fat of 13 bonobos (Pan paniscus) for interpreting evolutionary forces that have shaped the human form for survival in a savanna mosaic environment. . . "