This kind of blew my mind actually.
@Sir Unimpressive, it's called evolution, this is a perfect example of it in one picture, mixed in with some funny too
The horses are just waiting patiently, for us to finally slip up and then they shall take our horns! We cannot allow it! Prepare for war!
@ProfPeeps97, but... we dont have horns... do we?
@ProfPeeps97, we arldy screwed our planet we went over 350 parts per billion of co2 ( the max before it's recoverable ) sometime mid 2014 and now it's at 400 ppb soo yaaaa.... We screwed climate change from a 1000 year curve to a 100 and it will only get worse as it destabilizes more and more.......
@ProfPeeps97, They will never take my human horn!
@ProfPeeps97, *crosses legs swiftly*
Harvest the lower Horn!!!
This actually makes sense! WHAT HAVE WE DONE?!
@Stag GT, we have done A LOT worse
This is actually kind of true already. Horses have an inherent fear of people. They actually dislike being petted, and develop better bonds through hand feeding. It takes a long time for them to trust a person.
The gray horse looks like he's an equine-opportunity killer
Smaller and smaller tusks have been selected for.....for what? Evolution, what? Finish the dang sentence
@Chimon, it makes sense. It's opposed to selecting against small tusks. For vs Against
@Chimon, she's saying the big tusked elephants have been hunted and the smaller tusked elephants have survived and breed meaning their offspring have smaller tusks. That process repeats for many elephant generations and you get elephants with little to no tusks whatsoever.
New Kendrick lamar album just dropped on Spotify if anyone is into that, its great IMO.