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The pes (Latin for foot) is the zoological term for the distal portion of the hind limb of tetrapod animals. It is the part of the pentadactyl limb that includes the metatarsals and digits (phalanges). During evolution, it has taken many forms and served a variety of functions. It can be represented by the foot of primates, the lower hind limb of hoofed animals, the lower portion of the leg of dinosaurs including birds or the rear paw. It is also represented in the rear 'paddle' of extinct marine reptiles, such as plesiosaurs. The oldest types of tetrapods had seven or eight digits.

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  • Pes (dalam bahasa Latin berarti "kaki") adalah istilah dalam ilmu zoologi yang mengacu kepada bagian distal tungkai belakang. Pada tetrapoda, pes merupakan bagian dari (berjari lima) yang meliputi metatarsus dan jari-jari (). Berkat evolusi, terdapat berbagai bentuk pes pada hewan, seperti kaki pada primata hingga semacam "dayung" pada plesiosaurus.
  • The pes (Latin for foot) is the zoological term for the distal portion of the hind limb of tetrapod animals. It is the part of the pentadactyl limb that includes the metatarsals and digits (phalanges). During evolution, it has taken many forms and served a variety of functions. It can be represented by the foot of primates, the lower hind limb of hoofed animals, the lower portion of the leg of dinosaurs including birds or the rear paw. It is also represented in the rear 'paddle' of extinct marine reptiles, such as plesiosaurs. The oldest types of tetrapods had seven or eight digits.
  • Pes (Latim para pé) é o termo em zoologia para a porção distal do membro posterior de animais tetrápodes. É a parte do membro pentadáctilo que inclui os ossos metatarsais e dedos (falanges). Durante a evolução, ele assumiu muitas formas e serviu a uma variedade de funções. Ele pode ser representado pelo pé de primatas, a parte inferior do membro posterior de animais com cascos, a porção inferior da perna de aves e dinossauros ou a pata traseira. O pes é também representado no "remo" posterior de répteis marinhos extintos, como os plesiossauros. Os tipos mais antigos de tetrápodes tinham sete ou oito dedos.
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  • Pes (dalam bahasa Latin berarti "kaki") adalah istilah dalam ilmu zoologi yang mengacu kepada bagian distal tungkai belakang. Pada tetrapoda, pes merupakan bagian dari (berjari lima) yang meliputi metatarsus dan jari-jari (). Berkat evolusi, terdapat berbagai bentuk pes pada hewan, seperti kaki pada primata hingga semacam "dayung" pada plesiosaurus.
  • The pes (Latin for foot) is the zoological term for the distal portion of the hind limb of tetrapod animals. It is the part of the pentadactyl limb that includes the metatarsals and digits (phalanges). During evolution, it has taken many forms and served a variety of functions. It can be represented by the foot of primates, the lower hind limb of hoofed animals, the lower portion of the leg of dinosaurs including birds or the rear paw. It is also represented in the rear 'paddle' of extinct marine reptiles, such as plesiosaurs. The oldest types of tetrapods had seven or eight digits.
  • Pes (Latim para pé) é o termo em zoologia para a porção distal do membro posterior de animais tetrápodes. É a parte do membro pentadáctilo que inclui os ossos metatarsais e dedos (falanges). Durante a evolução, ele assumiu muitas formas e serviu a uma variedade de funções. Ele pode ser representado pelo pé de primatas, a parte inferior do membro posterior de animais com cascos, a porção inferior da perna de aves e dinossauros ou a pata traseira. O pes é também representado no "remo" posterior de répteis marinhos extintos, como os plesiossauros. Os tipos mais antigos de tetrápodes tinham sete ou oito dedos.
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