Robots may need lizard-like tails for 'off-road' travel

Robots may one day tackle obstacles and traverse uneven terrains thanks to collaborative research analyzing the motion of lizards. The study used a slow motion camera to capture the nuanced movement of eight species of Australian agamid lizards that run on two legs — an action known as ‘bipedal’ movement.
Robots may need lizard-like tails for 'off-road' travel