Euparkeria capensis, a small active predator, had a protective double row of osteoderms along the length of its body like many other Archosauriforms. Their size, agility, speed and small sharp teeth would have made them ideally suited to be an insectivore. Euparkeria was one of the first bipedal vertebrates with longer legs than arms, which suggests that they could move around quadropedally, but could also run on their hind legs at times. Bipedalism became a very important evolutionary adaptation inherited by the archosaurs, including dinosaurs and birds.
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