SIXTY MILLION YEARS OF HORSES by Lois and Louis Darling

SIXTY MILLION YEARS OF HORSES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Throughout much of the history of mankind the horse has played a primary role. In this text the authors trace the development of the animals from the Eohippus to the Equus. The bone structure of various species of horses are described and illustrated and the various uses to which man has put them are indicated. A compact and informative illustrated text by the authors of Before and After Dinosaurs, this is recommended for home and school reading in supplementary natural science.

Pub Date: Oct. 5th, 1960
Publisher: Morrow