Are horses ruminents?
No, horses have a single stomach.
It is likely because they have no use for them. They've evolved to use their tongue as a means to get their food into their mouths, not their teeth like horses, so there really was no use having upper incisors because of that.
I think your spell checker has betrayed you. A remenant is a Left-over. Deer are Ruminents
Some collective nouns used for horses are a stable of horses a team of horses a drove of horses a herd of horses a troop of horses a sting of horses a harras of horses
No, the word 'horses' is a plural noun, the plural form of the noun 'horse'. A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way. The standard collective nouns for 'horses' are: a drove of horses a harras of horses a herd of horses a remuda of horses a string of horses a stud of horses a team of horses a troop of horses
Sorry, there are no collective nouns for horses that start with N. Collective nouns for horses are: a stable of horses a herd of horses a drove of horses a remuda of horses a string of horses a team of horses
There are many many different kind of horses. There is quarter horses, stallions(wild),Arabian horses,Thoroughbred horses. Draft horses,Morgan horses,and many many more. There is over 100 different kinds of horses!
Yes miniature horses can impregnate full size horses if they have a way to reach when mounting ( Referring to a miniature stallion trying to breed with a full size mare.)
Zebras and horses are both Equine animals. Zebras are horses, in another term, Zebras are horses with stripes.
No horses are horses cattle are cattle, cattle are COWS.I group of horses is called a herd of horses.
Horses is the plural. The possessive plural is horses'
Of course female horses do. Male horses - no.
No ponies are ponies and horses are horses
The possessive form for the plural noun horses is horses'. Example: The horses' stable is beside the barn. (the stable for horses)
Of course horses can get pregnant. Horses are born, not made. And they're born from other horses. Only way for that to happen is if horses get pregnant.
Yes. They can be therapy horses, lesson horses, competition horses, ranch horses (like working cattle, etc), plow horses, police horses, and a few other jobs that I cant think of off the top of my head.
Sea Horses are not related to horses but they are called sea horses, one because they live in the sea and two because their heads look like miniature horses heads.
no horses have saddles people have the saddles we put them on the horses also if all horses have saddles then old ones have them to there is no diff
No. Horses are horses and only horses. Men are humans, not horses. There's a huge difference between the species Equus caballus and Homo sapiens.
i was trying to find out too i dont think you can get more horses in horses 3d
A group of horses is also known as a "herd" of horses.
A group of horses is a Herd of horses.
Arabian horses are the "purest" bloodline of horses.
There are no horses in the earth, there are only horses on the earth
Horses Horses - 1927 was released on: USA: 4 September 1927
horses are NOT carnivores horses eat apples and hay but meat is not something people think of when they think of horses.
A wild horses top # 1 enemy is a man and horses only get along with the horses in there herd
Male horses are stallions, neutered adult males are geldings, and baby male horses are colts.
Matters how they are trained, they can be racing horses, (suprizingly) modeling horses, movie horses, or just horses that live on a farm and run around all day. :D
Depends on what the horses are used for. If breeding, horses can be sold for sport, pets, and work but most horses are kept as pets, pleasure horses, and hobby horses.
horses that aren't tame are called wild horses. The difference between wild horses and tame horses is that tame horses are a lot calmer for one. They let you ride them and are used to life in a stable. Wild horses, however, would throw you off if you tried to ride them. That is, if you can even get near them!
Horses of the sea, or sea horses.
A dozen horses is usually called a 'string' of horses.
Minis and Ponies. Light horses. Draft horses.
The horses that race in the Derby are Thoroughbred racing horses.
some horses do while some horses don't
Quarter Horses Throughbreds Paint Horses
The collective noun for horses is a herd of horses.
Anywhere that feral horses, or wild horses live.
Shire horses are certainly heavy horses.
The possessive form for the plural noun horses is horses'.
There are no cold blooded horses...
Horses is plural One horse. Two horses.
Horses, they are more like horses
Wild horses are herd animals and need to be around other horses. Wild and tame horses both like and LOVE to be around other horses, but that depends on their social skills.
1Texas Horses and ponies (number) 372,341 2Oklahoma Horses and ponies (number) 150,142 3Kentucky Horses and ponies (number) 149,465 4Tennessee Horses and ponies (number) 148,653 5Missouri Horses and ponies (number) 141,362 6Ohio Horses and ponies (number) 134,368 7California Horses and ponies (number) 131,951 8Pennsylvania Horses and ponies (number) 113,400 9Colorado Horses and ponies (number) 107,091 10Michigan Horses and ponies (number) 104,949
Wild Horses - Wild Horses album - was created in 1980.
Which horses? Most horses live on land. Actually all horses except for seahorses live on land.
Thoroughbred horses were bred to be race horses. They are fast indeed, but it doesnt mean they are the fastest.
Yes, onions will not hurt horses. NO! Horses cannot eat onions- they are on the "foods not to feed horses" list.
Yes. The are Huge horses. They are work horses also known as Draft horses along with Perterons and Kleidsdales.