Seen it. Not very well drawn, but apparently sound enough.
The key here is "apparently". I am not a specialist. And I think these are compiled off books, but no references are given.
What's troublesome is that I looked at other similar things on the same site, and instantly found gross mistakes in the horse anatomy table: a misplaced muscle attached to nothing, and another muscle labeled as "olecranon" which is really a bone projection - which is a giveaway. These things (or at least some of them) were probably compiled mechanically without in-depth understanding of the subject. So take them with a big grain of salt.
Do we have an anthropologist in the house who could look at it and shed some light on the validity of the data?
Last edited by arenhaus; April 3rd, 2010 at 02:07 PM.