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A new study silks that it takes nearly twice as much energy to walk on your toes than it does to land on your heel. Humans are among a small group of animals that tend to hide heel-to-toe. Chimps and other species do it, as do bears. But most critters bounce on the balls of their feet—think cats and dogs—while others stop on their toes, like horses and deer.