This incredibly detailed coloring book examines the external and internal anatomy of the horse, with 30 pages of accurate drawings highlighting the skeleton, muscles, nervous system, and major organs, including internal organs and the organs of locomotion. All illustrations are clearly labeled and ex... read more
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This incredibly detailed coloring book examines the external and internal anatomy of the horse, with 30 pages of accurate drawings highlighting the skeleton, muscles, nervous system, and major organs, including internal organs and the organs of locomotion. All illustrations are clearly labeled and explained. Also included are notes on the evolution of the horse as well as general health and care issues. An excellent introduction for horse lovers of all ages.
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