Asked in Care of Horses, Horse Behavior
Why do horses sleep not laying down?
Horses usually sleep standing up because in the wild if a predator saw them and tried to hunt them down, they could get running faster if they were standing up rather than having to stand up and then start running. those few seconds could mean life or death to the horse. ...
Asked in Care of Horses, Horses, Horse Behavior
Why do wild horses have stand up manes but domestic horses don't?
Not all wild horses have erect manes and not all domestic horses have 'floppy' manes. Some wild horses developed erect manes to help with camouflage and cooling. While domestic horses and other wild horses mainly have floppy manes to help shoo away bugs. ...
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Dog Health
What does your whole life was wrapped up in your dogs mean?
The statement, your whole life was wrapped up in your dogs, means that you were devoting the majority of your time and effort to your dogs, that it was your dogs that mattered more to you than anything else in your life. ...
Asked in Zebras
Do zebras stand up when they sleep?
This is a bit of an awkward question, but the answer would be no. Zebras often doze standing up, like horses do, and lay down in recumbancy when they want a deeper sleep. They certainly won't stand up when they're sleeping, they'll only stand up if they're awoken suddenly and instinct tells them to get up and be on watch for predators. ...
Asked in Three Days Grace
What are the lyrics to One X by Three Days Grace?
Do you think about Everything you've been through You never thought you'd be so depressed Are you wondering Is it life or death Do you think that there's no one like you We are We are We are We are the ones We get knocked down We get back up and stand above the crowd We are one We are the ones We get knocked down We get back up and stand above the crowd We are one The life I think about Is so much better than this I never thought I'd be...
Asked in Horse Racing, Care of Horses
How are horses lined up in a race?
Horses are lined up with the 1 horse being on the far left of the starting gate. They draw to see which post position they will have. The load horses into the gates usually in order in less they know a horse won't stand still for very long then that horse is the last to load. ...