Vladimir Kovalesky’s Insights

Horses and Hooves

Substantiated by vast numbers of fossil bones from North America and Europe, representing different geological strata, T.H. Huxley (grandfather of three very famous Huxleys!) had concluded that the horse had evolved from dog-sized ancestors with 4 fingers on each front and three toes on each back extremity. So, towards the latter quarter of the 19th century he had basically unravelled the palaeontological pedigree of the modern horse. —>