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Jeremy DeSilva is an associate professor of anthropology at Dartmouth College and a paleoanthropologist, specialising in the fossilised remains of the first apes (hominoids) and early human ancestors and extinct relatives (hominins). Through his particular anatomical expertise—the foot and leg—he has made major contributions, many featured in the international media, to our understanding of the origins and evolution of upright walking in the human lineage.