When we look at the web we often see images of cute puppies, kittens, and kittens who are wearing cute clothes, or cute dogs with cute expressions.

What if we could look at images from the past to see how different animals looked at different times?

 This study is the first to find that, in fact, our past is much more important than our present, at least when it comes to how we view images of animals.

 For example, a recent study showed that dogs with large brains were able to make the most out of their large brains by looking at images of faces from the early 1900s.

In the same way, we can look back at the way that animals behaved when we were children and think that it is much less important that we are able to see them now than it is that we can see them at the same time.

This finding is likely to surprise many people, and it may be even more surprising to people who think that the images of the animals we see are just images of what animals are like today.

In this post, we look back to the early years of animal vision, and ask whether or not our past really has anything to do with how we see animals today.