Science Art: Plate 20. – Skeletons of the cross between the English bulldog and bassethound showing contrast in leg length…, 1941

Bulldog and bassethound, from The genetic and endocrinic basis for differences in form and behavior : as elucidated by studies of contrasted pure-line dog breeds and their hybrids

My old dog was a basset. And now there’s a bulldog in my house. I’m not sure how dogs happen, but they do.

This is what these breeds (pretty “over-bred” breeds) look like inside, and what they look like bred together.

It’s from The genetic and endocrinic basis for differences in form and behavior : as elucidated by studies of contrasted pure-line dog breeds and their hybrids, a book on heredity and anatomy – especially with generations of big heads and tiny legs.

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