It has been a while since I wrote my last journey. Well, now I want to invite you to see some of my process about the reconstructions of horses - more specifically the Equus genus in South America.
As I upload some time ago, I made first a diagram of the head of one of these species of Equus, called E. lasallei. Despite the fact of have the largest skull of a SA Equus in the Pleistocene, is not very well known. Reading the recent literature I've found the cause of it: is difficult to compare with other Pleistocene horses since that many diagnostic anatomical features are located in the bones of the toes of these animals, which are absent in the Colombian records. The skull of Cerro Gordo, in which I based the diagram, apparently was accompanied for more remains, but these were lost during the tragic revolts that, after the assasination of the political leader Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, destroyed most of the city of Bogotá during A