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Who was the better artist, a caveman or Leonardo da Vinci?
It turns out that early depictions of four-legged animals walking are more accurate in some ways than modern ones—even those crafted by the Renaissance master. The study is in the journal PLoS ONE.
Without fancy cameras, we two-leggers can have trouble visualizing the sequence of leg motion in a quadruped's gait.
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