From L. C. Wedgwood [5 May 1870]1
I can perceive no difference between the motion of the horses ears when he turns them before kicking, and when he turns them for any other reason, (except fear which is different)2
I think you wanted to know about the babys brows.
When vext at anything & crying (without tears) he does straighten his eyebrows, raising the inner corner a very little
What is most conspicuous is a pucker on the bridge of the nose and 2 lines sloping across the forehead something like that. I have seen the same thing when he has been dazzled in the sunshine too.3
My worms have not turned up any earth since I enclosed them4
I am with many thanks for yr. letter | yr. afft. niece | Lucy Wedgwood
Expression in horses.
Crying in babies.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 7179,” accessed on 16 January 2017, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-7179