By Jack Ashby, on 2 March 2016
The other day, two skulls were next to each other on the trolley – a capybara and a hyena. One is the world’s largest rodent, from the wetlands of South America, the other is a large carnivore from Sub-Saharan Africa, and as such are not often found together in museums.
I was amazed that they were the same size. This inspired me to find other bits of animals that are surprisingly the same size… (more…)