Video to BEH 3666
mediaposted on 2021-02-11, 09:47 authored by Zoë Goldsborough, Christine E. Webb, Frans B.M. de Waal, Edwin J.C. van Leeuwen
The video clip shows examples of crossed-arm walking. The crossed-arm walk is defined as an individual walking quadrupedally while holding one arm crossed in front of their body, oftentimes empty-handedly, but occasionally with food or a stick in the hand.