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Are there wild horses in Africa?
Wild horses communicate in the same way that domestic horses due. Mainly through body language such as pinning the ears and facial expressions. They may whinny or neigh to loc…ate another horse or for fun but typically they remain silent. Staying silent allows them to conceal their location from predators more easily and when they do start making noise it's usually for a good reason.
it is basicly hoe humans mate. a stallion owns a heard of female horses. for 1-2 months the female horses start to be moody and drip juces. they also give of a sent and tend t…o rub against the stallion they wish to mate with. if the stallion is a stallion not a gelding, he will smell the female and know she is in heat. he will then extend his penis and mount her, get on her back, he will then shove his penis up her butt/vegina, and hold, they will be together for about 3-5 mins. after 30 seconds he will hump her and start to relese his sperm. this can sometimes look painful but i assure you it is not. once he has relelesed enough sperm he will start to pull his penis back, and once it is back in, he will get of her back. he will do this with all the females of his herd and steal more and mate with them to. look on youtube, there are some good vidios
Yes there are. There are several breeds of horses that are native to Africa (related link below sources several breeds native to South Africa), including the Barb, and a r…are feral horse called the Namib Desert Horse. Horses in Africa are used for racing, driving stock, riding, and other uses similar to that in other countries.
A horse in the wild will act in much the same way a horse in domestic situations would. They graze for 10 to 20 hours depending on the quality of the forage, while grazing the…y will intermittently lay down and sleep, nap standing up, go to the water hole to drink, play with their herd mates, possibly breed with a stallion or mare, and always remain watchful of predators.
A mare takes the foal and keeps it safe until its 8 months old then it can take care of its self. the mare makes sure no horse will hurt it and the mare feeds it:) … i hope i could help!!
Yes there are, and commonly in Texas (no those are feral!!) Yes, a few. Only 1 breed. The Przewalski (or Mongolian/asian) wild horse. They are the only living breed left, Hors…es and donkeys branched out from them, They are extint in the wild. wild horses we think of today (mustangs) are feral. that means they have domestic ancestors, and/or are tame/ used to people
Well, If you mean, Where do Wild horses live, they mainly live in the Western Region. Or SOMETIMES the mid-western region. Wild horses are mostly just wild Mustangs, but other…s can be Przwalskes (I don't think I spelled it right) or spanish horses.
Wild horses can survive in nature. They are capable, under certain circumstances of doing fairly well. They eat grass,hay and berries and survive for years. They naturally h…ave issues with worms and their feet have troubles. Disease will kill them long before their domesticated counterparts. Domesticated horses do not do well at all in nature. They have not developed the skills needed to survive in nature. If you are asking how they survive, they do so by staying very aware of their surroundings and avoiding things that hurt them, such as people. They are naturally a very high strung animal that is always on the look out for predators.
Yes plenty, There are the newforests, Exmoors, Dartmoors. Higland and Shetlands, adn there loads all over the American country especially the Praire
yes, it's called 'Herd your horses'
only 3% of original mustangs are atill wild today
Answer They do the same as any other horse does. They Eat, Sleep and Run. They're called wild because they aren't interfered with by humans
They will be unkempt, in a non fence area are mean and try to bite and kick and there is one horse Running around a herd of horses.
There are no wild horses in Africa. The only true wild horses arein Asia and their primary predator is the wolf.
Apparently horses were started in the wild from the start and then humans started capturing them and breaking them in!(Taking the wildness out of them...nothing harmfull…!)
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Yes. In both North & South America there are horses that live in the wild. These are however feral horses (domestic horses that have escaped and reverted to the wild… state) rather than native wild horses. The only true wild horse are Przewalski's horses in Mongolia. These are wild horses that were reestablished from zoo stock then released.