This might be worth a try. The rules are simple: post a nice random picture or illustration.I'll start with one for jax: the year of the horse.<img src="http://polymathicmonkey.smugmug.com/Frans/Random/n-6nZJF/i-R5JHwp8/0/S/year-of-the-horse-on-behance-S.jpg">
See if I can remember my imgur login.
I counted ten horses...
Anyway, they are fine animals, very American style.
This strategy paid off: although Eurasia was once populated by genetically distinct horse populations, a dramatic change had occurred between 2000 and 2200 BC. A genetic profile, previously confined to the Pontic steppes (North Caucasus)3, began to spread beyond its native region, replacing all the wild horse populations from the Atlantic to Mongolia within a few centuries.
I've been reading (parts of) the French Wikipedia article of the day now for two or possibly more years. There's an astonishing amount of horses among those.
The research is EU funded by the slightly confusingly named Pegasus project (because of another Pegasus project)
Article labellisé du jourMorvarc'h (en breton : « cheval de mer ») est un cheval fantastique du légendaire breton,...
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