I'm fascinated to know the design decisions that led up to this- the Battlefied Extraction Assist Robot (BEAR).
The 6ft tall BEAR can cross bumpy ground without toppling thanks to a combination of gyroscopes and computer controlled motors to maintain balance.
It is also narrow enough to squeeze through doorways, but can lift 135kg with its hydraulic arms in a single smooth movement, to avoid causing pain to wounded soldiers.
The teddy bear appearance was apparently deliberate:
A really important thing when you're dealing with casualties is trying to maintain that human touch.
I can't speak for anyone else, but I know six-foot tall robo-bears always put me at ease.