Rats that walk upright on two legs

Why Humans Have So Much Back Trouble?

Rats without front legs learn to walk upright and develop the inward (lordotic) spine curves in the neck and lower back seen in all humans. That puts more weight on the spine and tends to pinch out the discs toward the back. This may be a reason humans have so much back trouble.

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