Thursday, November 15, 2007

Extinct in the wild

Przewalski’s Horse or Tahki is unfortunately extinct in the wild, but can be found in zoos and reserves. These horses lived on the steppes of Mongolia. They are a little over 4 feet high and almost 7 feet long. They have thicker necks, shorter legs than domestic horses and have a stiff mane like a zebra.

They have never been successfully domesticated.

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