Eadweard Muybridge, Dread the Dog
cigarettesandpurity.com linked last week to an article about the how experts-- for example, museum prepators and taxidermists-- often mess up quadrupedal gait:
Museums screwed things up a stunning 41% of the time. Taxidermy catalogues got it wrong 43% of the time, toys 50% of the time, and animal-anatomy catalogues were the worst, with 63.6% errors.
The article sites how the Eadweard Muybridge studies and the simple observation of your neighborhood mongrel can help prevent these professionals from making such a mistake.
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