Standing with the hindlegs crossed, one over the other. An individual may engage in Legs-Crossed when merely Standing - as in a comfortable or alternative position - but also when Waiting or Contemplating. 


References: Poole 2011. (Full reference list)

This behavior occurs in the following context(s): Attentive, Maintenance, Movement, Space & Leadership


Context: Attentive (1)

Fernanda of the FD family stands with her back Legs-Crossed, a J-Trunk and Ears-Stiff. She is Waiting for her family to finish Drinking at the waterhole. (Amboseli, Kenya)