Horses use 17 discrete facial movements in communication, compared to 27 for people, 16 for dogs, and 13 for chimpanzees. University of Sussex researchers determined this by studying the musculature under a horse’s face and watched videos of horses of all ages and multiple breeds. This enabled the scientists to create a catalog ofRead More
Sara Barnes at My Modern Met profiles photographer Wiebke Haas, whose stunning art photographs of horses have won her global acclaim.
One of Haas’ favorite subjects is a horse named Mozart, pictured above). Barnes asked, “When did you realize that horses can be so funny? What was the inspiration for youRead More